C J I Shields

Schuster Professor of Philosophy

Concurrent Professor of Classics

University of Notre Dame


Curriculum Vitae
 
Education
  • Cornell University
    • Ph.D. in Philosophy, 1986
    • M.A. in Philosophy, 1984
  • Brasenose College, University of  Oxford
    • Visiting Student, 1984-85
  • Bowling Green State University
    • M.A. in Philosophy, 1981
    • B.A. in English Literature, 1979
 
Professional Experience
 
Regular Positions
  • University of Notre Dame, 2014-Present
    • George N. Shuster Professor of Philosophy
    • Cocurrent Professor of Classics
  • University of Oxford, 2004-2014
    • Professor of Classical Philosophy
    • Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall
      • Chair of the Faculty Board, 2013-2014
  • The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1988-2004
    • Professor, Departments of Philosophy and Classics, 1998-2004
      • Chair, Philosophy, 2003-2004
      • Acting Chair, Classics, 1998-99
    • Associate Professor, Departments of Philosophy and Classics, 1991-98 
    • Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder 1988-91
  • Colby College, 1986-1988
    • Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion, 1986-88
 
Visiting and Honorary Positions
  • Honorary Research Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, 2014-Present
  • Tang Chun-I Visiting Professorship, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2013
    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, TOPOI Excellence Cluster

    • Senior Fellow, 2013
    • Visiting Scholar, 2012
  • St. Louis University, James Collins Visiting Professorship, 2012
  • University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, Erskine Visiting Professor, 2003
  • Yale University, Visiting Professor, Department of Philosophy, 2002
  • Cornell University, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, 1997; Visiting Professor 2007
  • Stanford University, Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, 1995
  • Visiting Fellow, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1992-93
  • University of Arizona, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, 1985-86
 
Academic Distinctions and Fellowships
  • University of Notre Dame Research Grant, Project on the Commensurability of Goodness (Grant Amount, 80K), 2016-2019
  • John Fell Foundation Research Grant, 2011
  • Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung Research Fellowship, 2011
  • National Endowment for the Humanities, Director, Summer Seminar (Grant Amount: 88K), 2004
  • Erskine Fellowship, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2003
  • Boulder Faculty Assembly, Teaching Excellence Award, 2003
  • Outstanding Graduate Advisor, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2000
  • University of Colorado Faculty Fellowship, 1992-93
  • University of Colorado Junior Faculty Development Award, 1990
  • Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung Research Fellowship 1988-89; Research Fellow, Seminar für Klassische Philologie, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz
  • Prescott W. Townsend Doctoral Fellowship, 1984-85
  • Cornell Sage Graduate Fellowship, 1984-85
  • Winner of Novus Competition For Younger Scholars, 1983
  • Cornell Sage Graduate Summer Fellowship, 1983
  • Lowell Leland Award, Outstanding English Literature Major, 1979
 
University and Professional Administration
  • Programme Review Panel Member, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2018
  • Referee, American Council of Learned Societies, 2018-present
  • Chair, Grant Review Panel, Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, Portugal, 2017
  • Chair of the Faculty Board, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, 2013-2014
  • Member of Faculty Board, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, 2008-2014
    • oThe Faculty Board serves as the Executive Committee of the 100+ Faculty of Philosophy, and is responsible for: pedagogical determinations; program design and reform; examination requirements; budget; and personnel decisions.
  • Chair, Board of Examiners, M. St. in Ancient Philosophy, University of Oxford, 2008-2009, 2010-2011; Member 2008-2014
  • Finance Committee, Lady Margaret Hall, 2009-2014
    • oThe Finance Committee oversees all matters of the College budgets outside of its investment portfolio. 
  • Dean, Lady Margaret Hall, 2005-2010
    • oThe Office of the Dean is responsible for: student discipline; College safety; interacting with the Oxfordshire Council and Police in matters of community relations; interfacing with the press in College matters; advising the Principal and Fellows on welfare policy; advising the Principal and Fellows in pertinent educational developments; consulting with undergraduate and graduate student representatives in matters of College Policy; overseeing the appointments and duties of the College’s Junior Deans.
  • Development Committee, Lady Margaret Hall, 2005-2014
    • oThe Development Committee is the principal fund-raising body of the College and accepts in its brief: alumni relations; organisation of fund-raising events in College, in London, and abroad, primarily in North America, Europe, and Asia; cultivation of donors; interacting with philanthropic foundations; preparing grant applications; and advising the Development Office in matters pertaining to the direction of endowment development.  In the period of 2005-2011, the College has raised  £11,000,000 through its various initiatives, including three £1,ooo,oo0+ donations. 
  • Graduate Admission Committee, University of Oxford, 2003-2014
  • PPE Examiner, University of Oxford, 2005-2008
  • Chair, Philosophy Department, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 2003-2004
    • oThe Chair oversees all departmental budgetary, personnel and pedagogical affairs.
  • Program Committee, American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, 2000-2003
  • Program Committee, American Philosophical Association, Central Division, 2003-2004
  • President’s Leadership Program, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2002-2003
    • oThe President’s Leadership Seminar is a year-long training course for members of the Faculty deemed to have leadership potential, including training in: personnel review and development; community relations; budgeting; general leadership skills; consensus governing; and alumni relations.
  • Graduate School Executive Advisory Committee, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 2000-2003
  • Acting Chair, Classics Department, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1998-99
    • The Chair oversees all departmental budgetary, personnel and pedagogical affairs.
  • Member, Arts and Sciences Council, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1998-2000
  • Member, Arts and Sciences Budget Committee, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1998-2001
    • The Budget Committee advises the Dean of Arts and Sciences in all aspects of the College’s budget (+/- $88,000,000 per annum), including matters of personnel, building and grounds maintenance, and program development.  During my tenure, we developed and implemented a College-wide competitive budget exercise intended to maximise educational excellence demanding financial circumstances
  • Graduate Committee on the Arts and Humanities, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1998-2000
  • Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Philosophy, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1991-1995 (designed and implemented new graduate program)
  • Graduate Placement Director, Department of Philosophy, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1996-2000
  • Member, Classics Department Executive Committee, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1996-1999
  • Member, Boulder Faculty Assembly, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1993-97
  • Member, Dean’s Committee for Promotion and Tenure, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1992-1996; 2001-2003
    • The Dean’s Committee for Promotion and Tenure oversees all academic personnel actions within the 37 faculties of the College of Arts and Science, comprising some 880 faculty members.  Responsibilities include: preparing dossiers; reviewing tenure and promotion cases; developing strategies for faculty development and retention; advising the Dean in matters of academic personnel development, policy, and procedure.
 
Publications
 
Books
  • Fractured Goodness: Aristotle’s Rejection of Plato’s Theory of the Good (160K words), under submission and available upon request
  • Revisiting Aristotle’s Fragments, edd. with A. P. Mesquita and S. Noriega-Olmos (De Gruyter: 2020)
  • History of the Philosophy of Mind, six vols., edd. with R. Copenhaver (Routledge: 2018)
  • Virtue, Happiness, and Knowledege, edd. with D. Brink and S. Sauvé Meyer (Oxford University Press: 2018).
  • The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, with Robert Pasnau (Oxford University Press: 2016); 2nd, revised edition, originally published with Westview Press, 2003 
  • Aristotle’s De Anima, Translated with Introduction and Notes (Oxford University Press: 2016)
  • The Oxford Handbook of Aristotle, ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)  Paperback edition, 2014
  • Ancient Philosophy: A Contemporary Introduction (Routledge: 2011) [A revised and substantially expanded edition of Classical Philosophy: A Contemporary Introduction]
    • Chinese edition, 2014
    • Japanese Edition 2021
  • Aristotle (Routledge: 2007; reprinted with corrections 2008; 2nd edition, revised and expanded, 2014) 
    • Chinese Edition, 2015
  • Classical Philosophy: A Contemporary Introduction (Routledge, 2003)
  • Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy, ed. (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2002);
    • Chinese Edition, 2009
  • Order in Multiplicity: Homonymy in the Philosophy of Aristotle (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999; paperback edition, 2001)
 
Articles
  • “Hylomorphic Mental Causation,” in Encounters with Aristotelian Philosophy of Mind, edd. P. Gregoric and J. Leth Fink (Routledge: forthcoming)
  • “Hylomorphic Offices,” Dialogoi 1.2 (2019), 215-236
  • “Theories of Mind in the Hellenistic Period,” in A History of Mind and Body in Late Antiquity edd. A. Marmodoro and S. Cartwright (Cambridge University Press: 2018), 32-5
  • “A Series of Goods,” in Virtue, Happiness, and Knowledge, edd. D. Brink, S. Meyer, and C. Shields (Oxford University Press: 2018), 129-148
  • “What Organisms Once Were and Might Yet Be,” Philosophy and Theory in Biology, Special Issue on Organisms 9:7 (2017), edd. A. Ferner and T. Pradeu, 1-14
  • “Some Medieval Powers,” in The Routledge Companion to Medieval Philosophy, ed. R. Cross (Routledge: forthcoming)
  • “A Fetish for Fixity?” in Plato’s Symposium: a Critical Guide, edd. P. Destrée nd Z. Giannopoulou (Cambridge University Press: 2017), 160-175
  • “The Young Dogs of Eristic: Dialectic and Eristic in the Early Academy,” in Strategies of Polemics in Greek and Roman Philosophy, ed. Naly Thaler (Brill Publishers: 2016), 31-54
  • “Aristotle’s Requisite of Self-Knowledge,” in Self-Knowledge, ed. Ursula Renz (Oxford Universty Press: 2016), 44-60
  • “The Science of Soul in Aristotle’s Ethics,’ in Bridging the Gap between Aristotle’s Science and Ethics, edd. K. M. Nielsen and D. Henry (Cambridge University Press: 2015), 232-253
  • “Fractured Goodness: the Summum Bonum in Aristotle,” in The Highest Good in Aristotle and Kant, edd. R. Bader and J. Aufderheide, (Oxford University Press: 2015), 83-111
  • “Virtual Presence: Psychic Mereology in Francisco Suárez,” Partitioning the Soul: Ancient Medieval, and Early Modern Debates, edd. K. Corcilius and D. Perler (W. de Gruyter: 2014), 199-219
  • “First Philosophy First: Aristotle and the Practice of Metaphysics,” in The Routledge Companion to Ancient Philosophy, edd. F. Sheffield and J. Warren (Routledge: 2014), 332-346
  • “Francisco Suárez,” with Daniel Schwartz, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. E. Zalta (2014)
  • “The Phainomenological Method in Aristotle’s Metaphysics,” in Aristotle on Method and Metaphysics, ed. E. Feser (Palgrave Macmillan: 2013), 7-27
  • “The Grounds of Logos: the Interweaving of Forms,” in Reason and Analysis in Ancient Greek Philosophy, edd. F. Miller and G. Anagnostopoulos (Springer Verlag: 2013), 211-230
  • “On Behalf of Cognitive Qualia,” in Cognitive Phenomenology, edd. T. Bayne and M. Montague (Oxford University Press: 2012), 215-235
  • “The Dialectic of Life,” Synthese 185 (2012), 103-124
  • “The Unity of Soul in Suárez,” in De Anima Acta, ed. R. Friedman (Leiden, Brill: 2012), 355-378
  • “Being qua Being,” in The Oxford Handbook of Aristotle, ed. C. Shields (Oxford University Press: 2012), 343-371
  • “Aristotle’s Philosophical Life and Works,” in The Oxford Handbook of Aristotle, ed. C. Shields (Oxford University Press: 2012), 3-16
  • “Shadows of Beings,” in The Philosophy of Suárez, edd. H. Lagerlund and B. Hill (Oxford University Press: 2012), 57-74
  • “The Reality of Substantial Form: Suárez, Metaphysical Disputations XV,” in Interpreting Suárez: Critical Readings, ed. D. Schwartz (Cambridge University Press: 2012), 39-61
  • “Die Seele,” in Beiträge zur Aristotelischen Handlungstheorie, edd. C. Rapp and K. Corcilius (Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag: 2011), 313-323
  • “Plato’s Divided Soul,” in The Cambridge Companion to Plato’s Republic, ed. M. McPherran (Cambridge University Press: 2010), 147-170; reprinted in Partitioning the Soul: Ancient Medieval, and Early Modern Debates, edd. K. Corcilius and D. Perler (W. de Gruyter: 2014), 15-38
  • “Shadows of Beings,” in The Philosophy of Suárez, edd. H. Lagerlund and B. Hill (Oxford University Press: 2012), 57-74
  • “Perfecting Pleasures: the Metaphysics of Pleasure in Nicomachean Ethics x,” in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics: A Critical Guide, ed. J. Miller (Cambridge University Press: 2011), 191-210
  • “Plato’s Divided Soul,” in The Cambridge Companion to Plato’s Republic, ed. M. McPherran (Cambridge University Press: 2010), 147-170; reprinted in Partitioning the Soul: Ancient Medieval, and Early Modern Debates, edd. K. Corcilius and D. Perler (W. de Gruyter: 2014), 15-38
  • “Perfecting Pleasures: the Metaphysics of Pleasure in Nicomachean Ethics x,” in The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, ed. J. Miller (Cambridge University Press: forthcoming)
  • “Goodness is Meant in Many Ways,” in Grundlagen der Antiken Ethik/Foundations of Ancient Ethics, edd. G. Rudebusch and J. Hardy (Vandenhoek: 2010), 185-199
  • “The Aristotelian Psychê ,” The Blackwell Guide to Aristotle, ed. G. Anagnostopoulos (Blackwell: 2010), 292-309
  • “The Priority of Soul in Aristotle’s De Anima: Mistaking Categories?” in Body and Soul in Ancient Philosophy, edd. D. Frede and B. Reis (Berlin, De Gruyter: 2009), 156-168
  • “An Approach to Aristotelian Actuality,” in Mind, Method and Morality: Essays in Honour of Anthony Kenny, edd. P. Hacker and J. Cottingham (Oxford University Press: 2009), 68-93
  • “ Aristotle ,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, E. Zalta ed. 2008, revised 2014
  • “Substance and Life in Aristotle,” Apeiron 41 (2008), 129-151
  • “The Peculiar Motion of Aristotelian Souls,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume LXXXI (2007), 1-23
  • “Forcing Goodness in Plato’s Republic,” Social Philosophy and Policy (2007), 21-39
  • “Unified Agency and Akrasia in Plato’s Republic,” in Akrasia in Ancient Philosophy, edd. C. Bobonich and P. Destrée (Brill: 2006), 117-140
  • “Surpassing in Dignity and Power: the Metaphysics of Goodness in Plato’s Republic,” Philosophical Inquiry XXX (2008), 1-17
  • “Plato and Aristotle in the Academy: an Aristotelian Criticism of Platonic Forms,” in The Oxford Handbook on Plato, ed. G. Fine (Oxford: 2008), 504-526
  • “Plato’s Challenge,” in The Blackwell Guide to Plato’s Republic (Blackwell: 2006), ed. G. Santas, 63-83
  • “The Aristotelian Psychê ,” ed. G. Anagnostopoulos, The Blackwell Guide to Aristotle (Blackwell: 2010), 292-309
  • “ Aristotle: Psychology,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. E. Zalta
  • “Learning about Plato from Aristotle,” in The Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Plato (Blackwell: 2006), ed. H. Benson, 403-417
  • “Simple Souls,” in Essays on Plato’s Psychology (Rowan and Littlefield: 2001), ed. E. Wagner, pp.  137-156 
  • Um Problem a Respeito de Substância e Relativo em Aristóteles,” Cadernos De História e Filosofia de Ciência 3, vol. 13 (2003), 157-176
  • “The Logos of ‘Logos’: Theaetetus 206c-210b” Apeiron 32 (1999), 107-24
  • “Philosophy of Language: the Ancient Period,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London: 1998), ed. E. L. Craig,  356-361
  • “Intentionality and Isomorphism in Aristotle,” Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy  XI (1995), edd. J. Cleary and W. Wians, 307-330
  • “The Subjecthood of Souls and Some Other Forms: A Response to Granger,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy XIII (1995), 161-176
  • “The Stoic Lekton,” in Hellenistic Philosophy (Athens: 1994), ed. K. Boudouris,  137-148
  • “Mind and Motion in Aristotle,” in Self Movers (Princeton University Press: 1994), edd. M. L. Gill and J. G. Lennox, pp. 117-133
  • “Socrates among the Skeptics,” in The Socratic Movement (Cornell University Press: 1994), ed. Paul A. Vander Waerdt, pp. 341-366
  • “The Truth Evaluability of Stoic Phantasiai: Adversus Mathematicos VII 242-46,” Journal of the History of Philosophy 31 (1993), pp. 325-347
  • “Some Recent Approaches to Aristotle’s De Anima,” in Aristotle’s De Anima II and III, Second Edition, translated with Introduction and Notes by D. W. Hamlyn (Oxford University Press: 1993), 257-281
  • “The Homonymy of the Body in Aristotle,” Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie (1993), 1-30
  • “Aristotle on the Generation of Form,” History of Philosophy Quarterly Vol. 7 (1990), 367-390
  • “The First Functionalist,” in Essays on the Historical Foundations of Cognitive Science (Kluwer: 1990), ed. J.-C. Smith, 19-33
  • “Soul as Subject in Aristotle’s De Anima,” Classical Quarterly, Vol. N.S. XXXVIII (1988), 140-149; reprinted in The University of Dayton Review: Selected Aristotle Symposium Proceedings Vol. XIX (1989), 135-46; and in Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy vol. v (Albany, New York: 1992), pp. 231-245
  • “Soul and Body in Aristotle,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy Vol. VI (1988), 103-137; reprinted in Classical Philosophy VII: Aristotle’s Metaphysics, ed. T. Irwin (Garland: 1995),  209-243.
  • “Commentary on Kosman.,” (The Role of Lambda in Aristotle’s Metaphysics) Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, Vol. III (1987), ed. John Cleary, 189-201
  • “Leibniz’s Doctrine of the Striving Possibles,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. XXIV (1986), 343-357; reprinted in Leibniz: Critical and Interpretive Essays (Garland: 1995), ed. R. Sleigh (in press)
  • “Body and Soul in Aquinas’s Summa Contra Gentiles II,” Studies in Early Europe (Ball State University Press: 1984), ed. R. Wires, 16-23
 
Reviews and Critical Notices
  • Lesher, J. H., ed., From Inquiry to Demonstrative Knowledge: New Essays on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics (Academic Printing and Publishing: 2011), in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, March, 2011 
  • Crivelli, Paolo, Aristotle on Truth (Cambridge: 2005); in The Philosophical Review 119 (2010), 243-246
  • Gregoric, Pavel, Aristotle on the Common Sense (Oxford: 2007); in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, August, 2009 
  • Smith, Barry, ed., Questions of Taste (Signal Books: 2006); in The Times Literary Supplement, 28 November 2007 
  • Gerson, Lloyd, Aristotle and Other Platonists (Cornell: 2005); in The Times Literary Supplement, 22 July 2005, 25
  • Fine, Gail, Plato on Knowledge and Forms (Oxford: 2003); in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, August, 2005 
  • Harte, V., Plato on Parts and Wholes (Oxford: 2002); in the Philosophical Review 114 (2005),273-277.
  • Madigan, A., Aristotle’s Metaphysics Books B and K 1-2, trans. and commentary (Oxford: 1999); in The Philosophical Review 112 (2003), pp. 253-255.
  • Frede, Michael and Charles, David edd. Aristotle’s Metaphysics Lambda (Oxford: 2000); in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, May, 2002
  • Hankinson, R. J., Cause and Explanation in Ancient Greek Thought (Oxford: 1998); in The Times Literary Supplement, 3 May 2002, 26.
  • Cooper, John, Reason and Emotion: Essays on Ancient Moral Psychology and Ethical Theory, (Princeton: 1999); in Classical Journal (forthcoming) 
  • Freudenthal, Gad, Aristotle’s Theory of Material Substance: Heat and Pneuma, Form and Soul (Oxford: 1995); in The Philosophical Review 106 (1997), 632-635
  • Fine, Gail, On Ideas (Oxford: 1993); in Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy XIII (1995), 269-281
  • Currie, Gregory, An Ontology of Art (Edinburgh: 1989); in The Australasian Journal of Philosophy 73 (1995), 293-300
  • Malcolm, John, Plato on the Self-Predication of Forms (Oxford: 1991); in Ancient Philosophy  15 (1995), 203-211
  • Gill, Mary Louise, Aristotle on Substance: the Paradox of Unity (Princeton: 1989); in The Philosophical Review  101 (1992), 840-844
  • Everson, Stephen, ed, Companions to Ancient Thought 1: Epistemology (Cambridge: 1990); in Ancient Philosophy 14 (1994), 209-216
  • Lawson-Tancred, Hugh, Aristotle: De Anima, trans. with Introduction and Notes (Middlesex: 1986); in Ancient Philosophy XII (1992), 202-205
  • Wedin, Michael V., Mind and Imagination in Aristotle (New Haven: 1988); in The Philosophical Review 101 (1992), 202-205
  • Devereux, Daniel, and Pellegrin, Piere edd., Biologie, Logique et Métaphysique chez Aristote (Paris: 1991); in Canadian Philosophical Reviews 12 (1992), 20-22
  • Cleary, John J., Aristotle on the Many Senses of Priority (Carbondale: 1988); in Classical Review XLII (1992), 209-210
  • Irwin, Terence, Aristotle’s First Principles (Oxford: 1988); in Classical World  84 (1991), 329-330 
  • Evans, J. D. G., Aristotle (New York: 1987); in The Philosophical Review  XCIX (1990), 443-447
  • Lear, Jonathan, Aristotle: the Desire to Understand (Cambridge: 1988); in Philosophical Books 30 (1989), 137-140
  • Modrak, D. K. W., Aristotle: The Power of Perception (Chicago: 1987); in Classical World 82 (1988), 61-62
Editorial
 
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Articles
  • Gnomon; Mnemosyne; Phronesis; Ancient Philosophy; Apeiron, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy; The Philosophical Review; The Australasian Journal of Philosophy; Transactions of the American Philological Association; Philosophy and Phenomenological Research; Philosophical Research; Classical Philology; Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie; Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy; Mind; Dialectica; Journal of the History of Philosophy; Ancient Philosophy; British Journal for the History of Philosophy; Journal of Hellenic Studies
Books
  • Oxford University Press,  Cambridge University Press, Edinburgh University Press, Wadsworth, Routledge, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Referee for the National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Referee for the Fulbright Commission
  • Referee for the Swiss National Science Foundation
  • Chair, Selection Committee, Fundaçiã para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Portugual
 
Areas of Specialisation
  • Ancient Philosophy, Metaphysics
 
Areas of Competence
  • Philosophy of Mind, Medieval Philosophy, Philosophy and Literature
 
 
Citizenship
  • Dual National: United Kingdom and United States