Dr Joe Ulatowski

Qualifications: BSc Methodist, MA Mississippi, PhD Utah

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Metaphysics; Philosophy

Philosophy of Language; Truth; Action

Research Interests

My research focus is the nature and value of truth, the problem of action individuation, self-narratives, and practical challenges that arise from these theoretical areas. My approach to these matters is pluralistic, employing both traditional philosophical methods and empirical methods.

Recent Publications

  • Ulatowski, J. (2021). Future Intentions, Plans, and the Problem of Buridan's Ass. Academia Letters. doi:10.20935/al1686

  • Ulatowski, J. (2021). Schema in Theories of Truth. Academia Letters. doi:10.20935/al149

  • Ulatowski, J. (2021). Self as one and many narratives. Balkan Journal of Philosophy, 1, 11-20. doi:10.5840/bjp20211313

  • Lumsden, D., & Ulatowski, J. (2021). Help! virtue profiles and horses for courses. Australasian Philosophical Review, 1-11. Retrieved from

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Papers Taught


I am currently recruiting PhD and Masters students with an interest in the nature and value of facts, truth, and action, as well as those with an interest in the social and political challenges of the philosophy of language. If you are interested in working with me, please feel free to send me an email with a brief (200-word) description of your project.

Contact Details

Email: [email protected]
Room: J3.19
Phone: 7 837 9350