Dr Joe Ulatowski
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy
Qualifications: BSc(Hons) Methodist, MA Mississippi, PhD Utah
Personal Website: http://josephulatowski.net
I am chief supervisor for PhD students: Ben Young and Trudi Webber, for MSocSc student: Tony Cartner, for honours student: Maxwell Rodley, and co-supervisor with Justine Kingsbury for PhD student: Furkan Yazici.
At this time I am not actively recruiting PhD and Masters students. However, if you have an interest in the nature and value of facts, truth, and action, or an interest in the social and political challenges of the philosophy of language, please feel free to email me a brief (200-word) description of your project. I'd be happy to look at it and consider you for future postgraduate study.
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.
Ulatowski, J. (2022). Horwich’s Epistemological Fundamentality and Folk Commitment. Axiomathes. doi:10.1007/s10516-022-09619-1
Ulatowski, J. (2021). Under the Macroscope. In Classifying Philosophy: Problems and Strategies. Buffalo, New York (USA).
Ulatowski, J. (2021). Charity and Intentionality in Twardowski's Critique of Relative Theories of Truth **keynote address**. In Perspectives on Intentionality and Consciousness. Hamiton, New Zealand.
Ulatowski, J. (2021). Intentionality and Twardowski's Illusion Argument Against Relative Truth. In Australasian Association of Philosophy. Online.
Find more research publications by Joe Ulatowski
Social and Political Problems in Epistemology and Philosophy of Language, especially topics in social justice; The nature of truth; The nature of action; and questions concerning the nature of self
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Phone: 7 837 9350