I am currently the primary PhD Supervisor for:

Shimpei Endo, Visiting PhD Student From Japan, topic: Truthmaker Semantics for Vagueness.

I was the primary MPhil Supervisor for:

Duccio Calosi, MPhil Student. Thesis Topic: Reality Engineering.

Niklas Becker, MPhil Student. Thesis Topic: Verbal Disputes.

I was the primary PhD supervisor for:

Deborah Marber, Temporary Lecturer, University of Bristol. (Thesis Topics: Belief Control, Nature and Role of Imagination.)

Marvin Backes. Postdoc, Uppsala University, Sweden. (Thesis Topics: Justification and Probability, Nature of Justification.)

Andrzej Hagger, Assistant Warden, University of St Andrews. (Thesis Topic: Slurs, pejoratives, and quotation in art.)

Ethan Landes, Postdoc, University of Zurich. (Joint supervision with Kevin Scharp), 4th year student (Thesis Topic: Intuitions; Bad Language).

Mirela Fuš, September 2017 – September 2018, St Andrews/Oslo Joint-Badge PhD Programme. (Thesis Topic: Conceptual Engineering, Generics, and Social Kinds.)

Mona Simionescu, Professor, University of Glasgow. (Thesis Topic: The Knowledge Norm of Assertion/Belief.)

Fenner Tanswell, Lecturer: Loughborough University. (Thesis Title: Proof, Rigour, and Informality: A Virtue Account of Mathematical Knowledge.)

Mark Bowker, Postdoctoral Fellow, Dublin. (Thesis Topic: Undeterdetermination of what is said.)

Ian Church, Associate Professor, Hillsdale College. (Thesis Title: Virtue Epistemology and the Analysis of Knowledge, 2012.)

Federico Luzzi, Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, 2006-2008. (Thesis Title: Counter-Closure.)

Douglas Edwards, Department of Philosophy, Hamilton College, 2014 – Present. (Thesis Title: Truth and Goodness: A Minimalist Study, 2008.)

Dirk Kindermann, Assistant Professor at the University of Vienna. (Thesis Title: Perspective in Context: Relative Truth, Knowledge, and the First Person, 2012.)

Walter Pedriali, Lecturer at the University of St Andrews. (Thesis Title: The Routes of Sense, 2012.)

I have also supervised two visiting students:

Laura Molenaar, University of Amsterdam, Semester One 2016-17. (Topic One: Radical Contextualism. Topic Two: Reference Magnets.)

Claudia Picazo, University of Barcelona, Semester Two 2015-16. (Topic: Radical Contextualism.)

I am very happy to supervise most topics within epistemology, the philosophy of logic, meta-philosophy, metaphysics, and the philosophy of language. Please get in touch if you are interested in being supervised by me — full-time, part-time, or as a visiting PhD or Masters-level student.