The History of Philosophy Cluster is part of King’s Philosophy Department, fostering activities related to any area in the history of philosophy. Our regular events include work-in-progress discussions, the KHOPS seminar series, celebratory workshops of books published by our members, as well as several reading groups dealing with topics from ancient to modern philosophy.
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We especially welcome past, current, and future PGR students to join our events.
Current members of the cluster:
- Maria Rosa Antognazza (Leibniz; early modern philosophy)
- Joachim Aufderheide (ancient philosophy)
- John Callanan (Kant; early modern philosophy)
- Rachel Cristy (19th-century philosophy; pragmatism)
- Sacha Golob (Kant; 19th- and 20th-century continental philosophy)
- Jessica Leech (Kant; history of analytic philosophy)
- Thomas Pink (medieval and early modern philosophy)
- Jasper Reid (17th- and 18th-century philosophy)
- Mark Textor (history of analytic philosophy and phenomenology)
- Shaul Tor (ancient philosophy)
- Zita Toth (medieval philosophy)
- Raphael Woolf (ancient philosophy)