​Andrew Stephenson

Valerio Pellegrini: Minerva (2013)

​Data visualization to support the interpretation of Kant's work


This page is currently under construction. In the meantime, please email me if you have any queries. A summary of what I have taught is below.

Lecture Courses

 2014              Foundations of German Idealism, Oxford (Brookes)

 2014              History of Philosophy Pathway, York

 2013              History of Philosophy Pathway, York

 2013              Kant’s Dialectic, Oxford

Graduate Seminars

2015                Kant and the Philosophy of Mind, Oxford (co-convened with Anil Gomes)

2015                Friedman on Newton, Leibniz, and Kant, Oxford (co-convened with Ralf M. Bader)

2014                Friedman on Newton, Leibniz, and Kant, Oxford  (co-convened with Ralf M. Bader)

2013                Neglected Passages from the First Critique, Oxford (co-convened with Erasmus Mayr)

Thesis Supervision (undergraduate)

2014-15          Modal Logic in the Ontological Argument, maths and philosophy finalist

Tutorial and Class Courses

2013-15          First Year            Logic, Moral Philosophy (Mill), General Philosophy (Epistemology & Metaphysics)

                                                       Trinity College, Oxford

2009-15         Finals Papers      Early Modern Philosophy, Kant, Philosophy of Mind, Knowledge and Reality, Philosophy of Religion

                                                       various Oxford colleges

General Resources

My diagram of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason has proven popular with teachers, students, and scholars alike.

I provide guidelines on essay writing and tutorial/seminar standards to all of my students. Please email me for examples.

An excellent resource is Jim Pryor's website.