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=== [http://philosophy.cofc.edu/ College of Charleston] ===
 
=== [http://philosophy.cofc.edu/ College of Charleston] ===
  
* <strong>Thomas Nadelhoffer</strong> // [http://www.thomasnadelhoffer.com/]
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* <strong>Thomas Nadelhoffer</strong> // [http://www.thomasnadelhoffer.com/ website]
 
** X-Phi Research: Action Theory, Free Will, Moral Cognition
 
** X-Phi Research: Action Theory, Free Will, Moral Cognition
  
* <strong>Jen Cole Wright</strong> // [http://wrightjj1.people.cofc.edu/]
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* <strong>Jen Cole Wright</strong> // [http://wrightjj1.people.cofc.edu/ website]
 
** X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Metaethics [in psychology but works in experimental philosophy]
 
** X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Metaethics [in psychology but works in experimental philosophy]
  
 
=== [http://www.lawrence.edu/academics/study/philosophy Lawrence University] ===
 
=== [http://www.lawrence.edu/academics/study/philosophy Lawrence University] ===
  
* <strong>Mark Phelan</strong> // [https://lawrence.academia.edu/MarkPhelan]
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* <strong>Mark Phelan</strong> // [https://lawrence.academia.edu/MarkPhelan website]
 
** X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Moral Cognition, Intuitions about Consciousness, Aesthetics
 
** X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Moral Cognition, Intuitions about Consciousness, Aesthetics
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=== [http://www.upj.pitt.edu/en/academics/academic-divisions/humanities-division/philosophy/ University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown] ===
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* <strong>Derek Leben</strong> // [https://sites.google.com/site/derekleben/ website]
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** X-Phi Research: Free Will
  
 
=== [http://www.uvu.edu/philhum/ Utah Valley University] ===
 
=== [http://www.uvu.edu/philhum/ Utah Valley University] ===
  
* <strong>Chris Weigel</strong> // [http://www.uvu.edu/profpages/profiles/show/user_id/4749]
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* <strong>Chris Weigel</strong> // [http://www.uvu.edu/profpages/profiles/show/user_id/4749 website]
 
** X-Phi Research: Free Will
 
** X-Phi Research: Free Will
  
 
=== [http://philosophy.vassar.edu/ Vassar College] ===
 
=== [http://philosophy.vassar.edu/ Vassar College] ===
  
* <strong>Barry Lam</strong> // [http://faculty.vassar.edu/balam/personal.htm]
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* <strong>Barry Lam</strong> // [http://faculty.vassar.edu/balam/personal.htm website]
 
** X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language
 
** X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language
  

Revision as of 18:14, 12 February 2015

Experimental Philosophy Graduate Programs

This wiki provides information about Ph.D. (and terminal M.A.) programs that have faculty who have worked in experimental philosophy. The primary intended audience is prospective or current graduate students with interests in experimental philosophy who want to get the lay of the land by seeing who works where, and on what.

This wiki is modeled on Shawn A. Miller’s PhilBio.net and is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. If you want to create your own philosophy wiki, please visit PhilWiki.net.

Contents

How to Contribute

This is a wiki, so anyone can contribute. If programs or faculty have been overlooked—which is assuredly the case—you are encouraged to add them, even if you are not a member of that department. Also, information will date rapidly so by all means help keep things up to date. Wiki formatting/markup is very straightforward. Just click 'Edit' at the top of the page—or next to the entry you want to modify—and mimic the format of existing entries.

Every program listed also has a separate Wiki Program Page where additional information can be provided to prospective students. While the style and format of this main page should be kept consistent, individual Wiki Program Pages can take any form whatsoever. To edit one of these pages, simply follow the Wiki Program Page link underneath the department listing of interest and edit that page. To add a Wiki Program Page, follow the directions here.[1]

Unless otherwise specified, Wiki Program Pages presently contain the same information as the front-page listing, though that should change over time.

This site does not pretend to provide an exhaustive list of experimental philosophy graduate programs, though that is the goal. Contributing will help to achieve that goal sooner rather than later.

Questions, comments, ideas? Contact Christian Mott at [1].

Standards, Practices, and Guidelines

This wiki is intended to provide information about experimental philosophy relatively narrowly construed. In other words, it is not intended to provide information about all philosophical work that draws on experimental research, but only about the relatively recent tradition involving experiments that are actually conducted by philosophers. Faculty members are listed if they have either conducted research in experimental philosophy or supervised students who have conducted research in experimental philosophy.

In general, students considering graduate studies in philosophy are well served by contacting prospective advisors directly to learn if they are accepting students (and, more specifically, students interested in working in certain areas). For students considering graduate studies in experimental philosophy specifically, students should also seek information on how much advising on experimental work prospective advisors can offer.

Ph.D. Programs (Australasia)

All programs reside in philosophy departments, unless otherwise specified. Wiki Program Pages contain identical information to front-page listings, also unless otherwise specified.

Victoria University of Wellington

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Justin Sytsma // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophy of Mind, Intuitions about Consciousness

Ph.D. Programs (Canada)

All programs reside in philosophy departments, unless otherwise specified. Wiki Program Pages contain identical information to front-page listings, also unless otherwise specified.

University of Toronto

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Waterloo

{Wiki Program Page}

  • John Turri // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Moral Cognition, Social Cognition, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind, Normativity, Philosophy of Language
  • Ori Friedman // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology [in psychology but works with philosophy students]

Ph.D. Programs (Europe)

All programs reside in philosophy departments, unless otherwise specified. Wiki Program Pages contain identical information to front-page listings, also unless otherwise specified.

Institut Jean Nicod

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Tizianna Zalla // website
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophical Intuitions of People with Autism

Umeå University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Gunnar Björnsson // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Free Will, Moral Responsibility

University of Groningen

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Frank Hindriks // website
    • X-Phi Research: Action Theory

VU University Amsterdam

{Wiki Program Page}

Ph.D. Programs (United Kingdom)

All programs reside in philosophy departments, unless otherwise specified. Wiki Program Pages contain identical information to front-page listings, also unless otherwise specified.

Cardiff University

{Wiki Program Page}

King's College London

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Matthew Parrott // website
    • X-Phi Research: Mind Perception

University College London

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Cambridge

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Edinburgh

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Leeds

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Paolo Santorio // website
    • X-Phi Research: Formal Semantics

University of Oxford

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Julian Savulescu // website
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition

University of Reading

{Wiki Program Page}

  • James Andow (from Feb 2015) // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Aesthetics, Colour, Free Will/Moral Responsibility,

Ph.D. Programs (United States)

All programs reside in philosophy departments, unless otherwise specified. Wiki Program Pages contain identical information to front-page listings, also unless otherwise specified.

Arizona State University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Ángel Pinillos // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language

Carnegie Mellon University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Benjamin George // website
    • X-Phi Research: Formal Semantics
  • Christopher Olivola // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition [at the business school, but works in experimental philosophy]

City University of New York

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Jesse Prinz // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Intuitions about Consciousness, The Self
  • Michael Brownstein // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Implicit Bias [at John Jay]
  • Eric Mandelbaum // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophy of Mind, Moral Responsibility [at Baruch College]
  • Hagop Sarkissian // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Psychology, Cognitive Science of Religion [at Baruch College]

Cornell University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • David Pizarro // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition [in psychology, but works with philosophy students]

Duke University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Felipe De Brigard // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Responsibility, Memory, Counterfactual Cognition

Florida State University

{Wiki Program Page}

Georgetown University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Bryce Huebner // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Intuitions about Consciousness, Moral Cognition
  • John Mikhail // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition [at the law school]

Harvard University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Fiery Cushman // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition [in psychology but works with philosophy students]
  • Joshua Greene // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition [in psychology but works with philosophy students]

Johns Hopkins University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Steven Gross // website, PhilPapers
    • Supervised experimental philosophy students in a number of areas
  • Justin Halberda // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Language [in psychology but works with philosophy students]

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

{Wiki Program Page}

Michigan Tech

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Adam Feltz // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Action Theory, Free Will, Epistemology, Effects of Personality
  • Edward Cokely // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Action Theory, Free Will, Effects of Personality

New York University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • S. Matthew Liao // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Ethics, Neuroethics (in Bioethics but affiliated with Philosophy)

Princeton University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Gilbert Harman // website, PhilPapers
    • Supervised experimental philosophy students in a number of areas
  • Sarah-Jane Leslie // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Generics, Essentialism, Gender

Rutgers University, New Brunswick

{Wiki Program Page}

State University of New York, Buffalo

{Wiki Program Page}

  • James Beebe // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language

University of Arizona

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Shaun Nichols // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Free Will, The Self
  • Jonathan Weinberg // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Metaphilosophy

University of California, Berkeley

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Tania Lombrozo // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Causal Cognition, Moral Cognition, Free Will [in psychology but works with philosophy students]

University of California, Riverside

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Connecticut

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Illinois (U-C)

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Andrei Cimpian // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Essentialism, Generics [in psychology but works with philosophy students]
  • John E. Hummel // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Analogy, Object Recognition [in psychology but works with philosophy students]

University of Miami

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Michigan

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Chandra Sripada // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Moral Responsibility, The Self

University of Minnesota

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Missouri

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Philip Robbins // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Intuitions about Consciousness, Mind Perception

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Laurie Paul // website
    • X-Phi Research: Causal Cognition, Transformative Experience

University of Oregon

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Pennsylvania

{Wiki Program Page}

University of Pittsburgh, History and Philosophy of Science

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Edouard Machery // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, Moral Psychology, Epistemology

University of Utah

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Jonah Schupbach // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language
  • Dustin Stokes // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language
  • James Tabery // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language

Yale University

{Wiki Program Page}

  • Paul Bloom // website, PhilPapers
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Cognitive Science of Religion [in psychology but works with philosophy students]

Washington University, St. Louis

{Wiki Program Page}

M.A. Programs

Georgia State University

Western Michigan University

Institutions without Graduate Programs

These faculty work at institutions that do not have graduate programs, so graduate students would not be able to work under their direct supervision. However, many of these faculty do work closely with graduate students, and if you have a project in one of their areas, you might want to reach out to them.

College of Charleston

  • Thomas Nadelhoffer // website
    • X-Phi Research: Action Theory, Free Will, Moral Cognition
  • Jen Cole Wright // website
    • X-Phi Research: Moral Cognition, Metaethics [in psychology but works in experimental philosophy]

Lawrence University

  • Mark Phelan // website
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Moral Cognition, Intuitions about Consciousness, Aesthetics

University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown

  • Derek Leben // website
    • X-Phi Research: Free Will

Utah Valley University

  • Chris Weigel // website
    • X-Phi Research: Free Will

Vassar College

  • Barry Lam // website
    • X-Phi Research: Epistemology, Philosophy of Language

Notes

  1. If adding a new Wiki Program Page seems too daunting, that's fine. One is likely to be created for you after a period of time.

Wiki Editing Resources