Professor Bernhard Salow
College appointment: Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy
Officer: Clerk to the College
I studied Mathematics and Philosophy at St Hugh’s College, Oxford, followed by the BPhil in Philosophy at New College, Oxford, and a PhD in Philosophy at MIT. I then spent three years as a Junior Research Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge, before joining Magdalen in 2018.
At undergraduate level, I teach Logic, Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethics, the Philosophies of Logic, Language, and Mathematics, and Early Modern Philosophy. At graduate level, I mostly teach Epistemology.
- “Elusive Externalism” forthcoming in Mind
- “Don’t Look Now” (with Arif Ahmed) forthcoming in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
- “The Externalist’s Guide to Fishing for Compliments” Mind 127 (2018): 691-728
- “Transparency and the KK Principle” (with Nilanjan Das) Noȗs52 (2018): 3-23.
- “Taking a Chance on KK” (with Jeremy Goodman) Philosophical Studies175 (2018): 183-196
- “Partiality and Retrospective Justification” Philosophy and Public Affairs 45 (2017): 8-26.
- “Lewis on Iterated Knowledge” Philosophical Studies173 (2016): 1571-1590.