Supervisors: Brad Hooker and Luke Elson
David is a part-time PhD student working on aspects of the ontology and moral standing of business corporations. He is a mature student having recently retired from a 38 year career in academic and commercial scientific research and professional communication in the Life Sciences.
My doctoral thesis concerns capturing moral universality which involves evaluating metaethical positions that span across various traditions in philosophy such as Kantianism and Humeanism. My interest in metaethics has grew from a long-lasting influence by Plato's republic and in particular, a system-building approach to philosophy. As such, my interests span from metaphysics to the philosophy of Art. I received my BA and MA from The University of Sheffield, writing my MA dissertation on ethical intuitionism.
Supervisors: Max De Gaynesford and Severin Schroeder
A Hong Kong-based poet and painter, Paul is writing a PhD thesis on truth and literature. He received his PhD in Chinese literature from the University of Edinburgh, as well as a few MA/MSc degrees from various universities around the world.
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