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Thomas Raleigh

Dr Thomas Raleigh

Thomas RaleighVisiting Research Fellow







Thomas completed his PhD at King’s under the supervision of Charles Travis and David Papineau. He is currently a Post-Doc at the University of Vienna. He has previously held positions at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), Concordia University (Montreal), UNAM (Mexico City) and the University of Essex. He is currently co-editing two forthcoming volumes of essays: "Acquaintance: New Essays", OUP (with Jonathan Knowles) and "Wittgenstein and Naturalism", Routledge (with Kevin Cahill).

Research interests and PhD supervision
  • Philosophy of Mind
  • Epistemology
  • Cognitive Science
  • Wittgenstein
Selected publications
  • “Another Argument against Uniqueness’ – forthcoming in The Philosophical Quarterly. (Published online, 2016)
  • “Against an Inferentialist Dogma” – forthcoming in Synthese. (Published online 2015)
  • “Phenomenology without Representation” – The European Journal of Philosophy, Vol 23 No.4, 2015: 1209-1237. (Published online 2013)
  • “A New Approach to ‘Perfect’ Hallucinations” – Journal of Consciousness Studies 21 (11-12), November 2014: 81-110.
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