Justin Clarke-Doane is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham. He is also an Assistant Professor at Columbia University and an Honorary Research Associate at Monash University. He specializes in metaethics, epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of mathematics. You can find more information about him from his personal webpage.
- 2005 - 2011 PhD Philosophy, New York University
- 2001 - 2005 B.A. Philosophy/Mathematics, New College of Florida
Justin was previously a Birmingham Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham and a Lecturer at Monash University. In October 2012, he was Visiting Scholar at the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne. In June 2015, he will be Visiting Professor at Renmin University of China (RUC). He received his PhD from NYU in 2011.
- David Lewis's On the Plurality of Worlds
Justin is happy to supervise postgraduates in ethics, metaethics, epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophies of mathematics and logic.
Justin's work centers on metaphysical and epistemological problems surrounding apparently a priori domains, such as morality, modality, mathematics, and logic. He is particularly interested in similarities and differences between the areas. His aim is to understand the place of apparently a priori inquiry in our intellectual and practical lives. His current work focuses on modality and philosophical methodology.
- "Justification and Explanation in Mathematics and Morality," Forthcoming in Oxford Studies in Metaethics.
- "Genealogy and Reliability," Forthcoming in Neil Sinclair and Uri Leibowitz (eds.), Ethics and Explanation.
- "Moral Epistemology: The Mathematics Analogy," Forthcoming in Noûs.
- "What is Absolute Undecidability?," Noûs. Vol. 47. 467-481. 2013.
- "Morality and Mathematics: The Evolutionary Challenge," Ethics. Vol. 122. 313-340. 2012. [Selected as target article for discussion at affiliated blog, Ethics at PEA Soup, with commentary by Matthew Braddock, Andreas Morgesen, and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.] [Reprinted as one of the “ten best articles published in philosophy in 2012” in Patrick Grim, Chloe Armstrong, Patrick Shirreff and Nils-Hennes Stear (eds.), Philosopher's Annual, Vol. 32.]
- “Multiple Reductions Revisited,” Philosophia Mathematica. Vol. 16. 244-255. 2008.