Dr Dominic Alford-Duguid
Address 903, Philosophy Building
Department of Philosophy
King's College London,
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
NB. Temporarily relocated to office 4.03 in the Chesham Building
Dr Dominic Alford-Duguid received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Toronto in 2016, having worked under Imogen Dickie. He also did his undergraduate work at the University of Toronto, graduating with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, English, and Mathematics.
- Philosophy of Mind
- Philosophy of Language
- Philosophy of Law
Much of my research concerns the relationship between our capacities to perceive the world and to think about what we perceive. My dissertation was on perception-based thought about observable properties (e.g. shapes, sizes, colours). A new project explores just how much of our thought about the world depends upon our capacity for perception-based thought about properties.
I also write about the epistemology of perception, the nature of reference, the metaphysics of perceptual experience, and issues in general jurisprudence.
- Alford-Duguid, D. (forthcoming) ‘Thought about Properties: Why the Perceptual Case is Basic’. Philosophical Quarterly.
- Alford-Duguid, D. & Arsenault, M. (2017) ‘On the Explanatory Power of Hallucination’. Synthese 194: 1765-1785.
At the University of Toronto, Dr Alford-Duguid taught undergraduate courses in Philosophy of Perception, Philosophy of Law, and Metaphysics & Epistemology.
At King's his teaching area is the philosophy of neuroscience.