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John Callanan

Dr John Callanan

callanan1Senior Lecturer in Philosophy

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King's College London
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Dr Callanan did his undergraduate work at University College Dublin and also completed an M.Litt there in 1999. He graduated with a D.Phil from the University of Oxford in 2004, having studied at Trinity College. Dr Callanan then took up a post as temporary lecturer back at University College Dublin before taking up a Government of Ireland Post-Doctoral Fellowship there from 2005-2007. He joined King's College London in 2007.

Research interests and PhD supervision
  • History of philosophy generally (especially early modern philosophy)
  • Kant's critical philosophy, his epistemology & metaphysics 

Dr Callanan welcomes enquires from prospective research students seeking supervision on any area connected to his research.

For more details, please see his full research proposal.

Selected publications
  • John J Callanan (2011)  'Making Sense of Doubt: Strawson's Anti-Scepticism' Theoria-A Swedish Journal Of Philosophy, 77 (3), pp. 261-278. [Article in print Journal]
  • John J Callanan (2008)  'Kant on Analogy' British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 16 (4), pp. 747-772. [Article in print Journal]
  • J Callanan (2007)  'Scepticism comes alive' International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 15 (4), pp. 623-626. [Book Review (Print)]
  • John Callanan (2006)  'Kant's Transcendental Strategy' Philosophical Quarterly, 56 (224), pp. 360-381. [Article in print Journal]
For a complete list of publications, please see John's full research profile.

Dr Callanan has previously taught on the following modules

Undergraduate modules:

  • 6AANA018 Kant's Epistemology & Metaphysics 
  • 6AANB021 Kant's Moral & Aesthetic Philosophy
Postgraduate modules:
  • 7AAN2039 Kant I: Critique of Pure Reason  
  • 7AAN2040 Kant II: Ethics & Aesthetics 

Dr Callanan also supervises BA and MA dissertations, and a number of MPhilSt and PhD research students.

Expertise and public engagement


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