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MemberFergal McHugh

Pragmatism, Wittgenstein, and the Virtues: Three Heterodox Approaches to Ethics.

15th September 2015, Newman House, UCD, Dublin

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“A Deep Tension Within Pragmatism: Putnam and Price on Truth and Justification”

2nd European Pragmatism Conference.

11th September 2015, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

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“Philosophy and Informality: Reply to Margolis”

“The Reaches of Pragmatism”, Summer Institute in American Philosophy

June 13th 2015, University College Dublin, Ireland

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“On Cavell and Don DeLillo”

Philosophy, Literature, America

May 31st 2014, Newman House,UCD, Ireland

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“Late style and late philosophy”

Summer Institute in American Philosophy,

July 10th 2013, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

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“How to Read Putnam: Argumentative Pluralism as an American Tradition”

SAAP 2013 Conference 40th ANNUAL MEETING,

March 9th 2013, The Richard Stockton …

PhD (Philosophy), University College Dublin
HDip in Computer Science, University College Cork
MA (Philosophy) University College Dublin
BA (English and Philosophy) University College Dublin

I work on themes at the intersection of metaphilosophy, aesthetics and bioethics. I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at University College Dublin. I am a member of the American Voice in Philosophy project team.

MemberAlan J. Ross

…Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

Visiting Research Fellow, School of Classics, University College Dublin

Member of the Editorial Board, Acta Classica

Member of the Society for Classical Studies

Member of the Ancient World Research Cluster, Wolfson College, Oxford….

I’m a Classicist who works primarily on the secular prose literature and history of the fourth century AD. I teach Roman History at the University of Southampton, where I’m part of a team that’s recently launched a new Ancient History BA Programme, bringing the teaching of the ancient world at degree level back to Southampton after a hiatus of 30 years. Additionally, I’m a Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Classics at University College Dublin, and a Member of the Ancient World Research Cluster at Wolfson College, Oxford.

MemberPeter Ferry

I am Associate Professor of English at the University of Stavanger, Norway. I am currently working on a book project for Routledge on beards and masculinity in American literary history. Previously, I was an Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at University College Dublin, Ireland (2015-2017). My project focused on the transnational flâneur and masculinity in early American Literature. My PhD thesis (Queen’s University Belfast, 2013) was published as Masculinity in Contemporary New York Fiction with Routledge in 2015. I have published a range of articles on such topics as New York flâneurs, Freud and masculinity, fatherhood, and the sociological value of studying men and masculinities.