dr. T.M. Nawar
My research interests are broad, both historically and systematically.
Before joining the Faculty of Philosophy I was a postdoctoral research fellow in philosophy at the University of Oxford and before that I completed my PhD at the University of Cambridge.
Please contact me if you are a prospective student and have any queries.
On my personal site you can find more materials related to my teaching and research.
Some recent publications:
‘Veritism Refuted? Understanding, Idealization, and the Facts’, Synthese (forthcoming).
‘Augustine’s Defence of Knowledge against the Sceptics’, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 56 (2019), 215–265.
'Thrasymachus' Unerring Skill and the Arguments of Republic I' , Phronesis 63 (2018), 359-391
'The Stoics on Identity, Identification, and Peculiar Qualities', Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy 32 (2017), 113-159
'Platonic Know-How and Successful Action', European Journal of Philosophy 25 (2017), 944-962
‘Aristotelian Finitism’, Synthese (2015) [PDF proof]
‘Augustine on the Varieties of Understanding and Why There is No Learning from Words’, Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy (2015) [PDF proof]
'Augustine on the Dangers of Friendship', The Classical Quarterly 65 (2015), 836-851
‘The Stoic Account of Apprehension’, Philosophers’ Imprint (2014) [open access]
‘Knowledge and True Belief at Theaetetus 201a-c’, British Journal for the History of Philosophy (2013) [PDF offprint] (commended in the 2013 BSHP Essay Prize Competition)
From 2017, I will be working on a NWO Veni project focusing on relativism about truth and morality in ancient philosophy.
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