Dr Clayton Littlejohn
Lecturer in Philosophy
Address Room 412, Philosophy Building
King’s College London
Research interests and PhD supervision
Dr Clayton Littlejohn studied philosophy at Rhodes College and the University of Nebraska. Before joining King’s in 2011, he taught at Southern Methodist University and the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Epistemology, especially epistemic justification, epistemic norms, perception, relations between theoretical and practical reason, and scepticism.
Ethical theory, especially the moral significance of intention, the distinction between justification and excuse.
Reasons for action.
Dr. Littlejohn’s research interests are primarily in epistemology, specifically on debates about justification and epistemic normativity. He also has interests in action theory and ethical theory, especially debates about the nature of reasons for action and the moral significance of intention.
Dr. Littlejohn welcomes enquiries from students seeking supervision on topics in his areas of research interest.
For more details, please see his full research profile.
Justification and the Truth-Connection (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
'The Unity of Reason'. In C. Littlejohn and J. Turri (ed.), Epistemic Norms (Oxford University Press, Forthcoming)
'Disagreement and Defeat'. In D. Machuca (ed.), Disagreement and Skepticism (Routledge, Forthcoming)
'Fallibilism and Concessive Knowledge Attributions'. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 83 (2011): 603-19.
'Moore’s Paradox and Epistemic Norms'. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 88 (2010): 79-100.
For a complete list of publications, please see Clayton's full research profile.
Expertise and public engagement
4AANA002 Ethics I
5AANA009 Epistemology II
7AAN4021 General Philosophy