Monash Philosophy has research strengths in the following areas:
- Early Modern and Enlightenment Philosophy
- Kantian and Post-Kantian German Philosophy
- Recent European Philosophy and Biopolitics
We welcome inquiries from prospective postgraduate students who would like to work in these areas.
We will be updating this page in the coming weeks … stayed tuned.
In the meantime, for further information and contact details, please see staff webpages for: Jacqueline Broad (Early Modern & Enlightenment); John Thrasher (Enlightenment); Alison Ross (Kantian & Post-Kantian; Recent European; Aesthetics); Andrew Benjamin (Kantian & Post-Kantian; Recent European; Aesthetics); Catherine Mills (Recent European & Biopolitics); and Michael Ure (Recent European).
Monash Philosophy alumni at Oxford
In 2017 three Monash Philosophy alumni will be associated with Oxford’s Faculty of Philosophy.
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