Adam Morton

Visiting Emeritus Professor
phone 604 123 4567
location_on Buchanan E 275

Research Area

Education

Ph.D., Princeton University.

About

Adjunct Professor


Research

Epistemology, especially issues about knowledge and evidence, philosophy of mind, especially the philosophy of emotion, and the relation of folk psychology to social cooperation.I am a philosophical generalist interested in the connections between the ways we understand one another and the ways we treat one another, and the connections between how we conceptualise our thinking and how we practice it.


Publications

  • Emotion and Imagination (Polity 2013)
  • Bounded Thinking (Oxford University Press 2012)
  • On Evil (Routledge 2004)
  • The Importance of Being Understood (Routledge 2002)
  • Disasters and Dilemmas (Blackwell 1990)
  • Frames of Mind (Oxford University Press 1980)

 


Presentations

  • Disagreement
  • Small-scale Evils
  • Knowledge and Accomplishment

 


Adam Morton

Visiting Emeritus Professor
phone 604 123 4567
location_on Buchanan E 275

Ph.D., Princeton University.

Adjunct Professor

Epistemology, especially issues about knowledge and evidence, philosophy of mind, especially the philosophy of emotion, and the relation of folk psychology to social cooperation.I am a philosophical generalist interested in the connections between the ways we understand one another and the ways we treat one another, and the connections between how we conceptualise our thinking and how we practice it.

  • Emotion and Imagination (Polity 2013)
  • Bounded Thinking (Oxford University Press 2012)
  • On Evil (Routledge 2004)
  • The Importance of Being Understood (Routledge 2002)
  • Disasters and Dilemmas (Blackwell 1990)
  • Frames of Mind (Oxford University Press 1980)

 

  • Disagreement
  • Small-scale Evils
  • Knowledge and Accomplishment

 

Ph.D., Princeton University.

Adjunct Professor

Epistemology, especially issues about knowledge and evidence, philosophy of mind, especially the philosophy of emotion, and the relation of folk psychology to social cooperation.I am a philosophical generalist interested in the connections between the ways we understand one another and the ways we treat one another, and the connections between how we conceptualise our thinking and how we practice it.

  • Emotion and Imagination (Polity 2013)
  • Bounded Thinking (Oxford University Press 2012)
  • On Evil (Routledge 2004)
  • The Importance of Being Understood (Routledge 2002)
  • Disasters and Dilemmas (Blackwell 1990)
  • Frames of Mind (Oxford University Press 1980)

 

  • Disagreement
  • Small-scale Evils
  • Knowledge and Accomplishment