A.W. Moore, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford
A.W. Moore is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford and Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy at St Hugh's College, Oxford, where he is also Vice-Principal. He studied Philosophy as an undergraduate in Cambridge and did postgraduate work in Oxford, where he obtained his doctorate under the supervision of Michael Dummett. He has held teaching and research positions at University College, Oxford, and King's College, Cambridge, and is one of Bernard Williams' literary executors. He is joint editor, with Lucy O'Brien, of the journal Mind. In 2016 he wrote and presented the series AHistory of the Infinite on BBC Radio 4.
Part I: Language 1. How Significant is the Use/Mention Distinction? (1986) 2. The Underdetermination/Indeterminacy Distinction and the Analytic/ Synthetic Distinction (1997) 3. What Are These Familiar Words Doing Here? (2002) 4. The Bounds of Nonsense (2019) 5. Transcendental Idealism in Wittgenstein, and Theories of Meaning (1985) and Postscript (2010) 6. The Bounds of Sense (2006) Part II: The World and Our Representations of it 7. A Note on Kant s First Antinomy (1992) 8. Bird on Kant s Mathematical Antinomies (2011 and 2012) 9. Solipsism and Subjectivity (1996) 10. One or Two Dogmas of Objectivism (1999) 11. Apperception and the Unreality of Tense (2001) 12. The Metaphysics of Perspective: Tense and Colour (2004) 13. Realism and the Absolute Conception (2007) 14. One World (2016) Part III: Ineffability 15. Being, Univocity, and Logical Syntax (2015) 16. Ineffability and Religion (2003) 17. On Saying and Showing (1987) 18. Ineffability and Nonsense (2003)