Nathan Sheff


Office: 228 Manchester Hall

Email: nathan[dot]sheff[at]uconn[dot]edu

Interests: philosophy of mind, metaphysics, epistemology, group knowledge

Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010, B.A. in Philosophy
University of Connecticut, 2014, M.A. in Philosophy


Papers
[available by request]

"The Knowers in Charge: Linda Zagzebski's Epistemic Authority," with Michael Lynch [forthcoming in the International Journal for the Study of Skepticism]

"Berkeley's dilemma for the temporal absolutist"
[under review]:
Berkeley gives an argument against temporal absolutists (like Locke and Newton) in the Principles which has been under-appreciated by commentators. I give an analysis of his argument here.

Presentations

"Can Pettit Recognize Rights?" [to be given at Pacific APA 2015]

@ Whitehall, Berkeley's home outside Newport, RI
(photo by Andrew Parisi)