Published Articles

Kegan James Shaw


 

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

kj.shaw1119@gmail.com

www.kjshaw.com

 

AOS: Epistemology

AOC: Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Ethics

KEGAN JAMES SHAW

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

kj.shaw1119@gmail.com

www.kjshaw.com

 

AOS: Epistemology

AOC: Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Ethics

Education

 

Ph.D. Philosophy, The University of Edinburgh (2018)

Thesis: ‘Reorienting Epistemological Disjunctivism: A New Proposal Concerning the Grounds of Perceptual Judgmental Knowledge’
Supervisors: Duncan Pritchard, Martin Smith, Aidan McGlynn

 

         M.A. Philosophical Studies, Liberty University (2013)
                  Thesis: ‘Removing the Classical Landmark: Assessing an Epistemology Governed by Methodological Naturalism’
                  Supervisors: Ed Martin and Thom Provenzola


          B.A. Philosophy and Religion, Liberty University (2011)

 

Research

 

Published Articles

        (forthcoming) "A Plea for the Theist in the Street: In Defence of Liberalism in the Epistemology of Religious Experience,"

        Faith and Philosophy.
 

       (forthcoming) "Epistemological Disjunctivism and the Internalist Challenge," American Philosophical Quarterly.   

         (forthcoming) "The Bifurcated Conception of Perceptual Knowledge: A New Solution to the Basis Problem for                                              Epistemological Disjunctivism," Synthese. 


         (forthcoming) "Faith as Extended Knowledge," Religious Studies.

(2017) "A Better Disjunctivist Response to the 'New Evil Genius Challenge'," Grazer Philosophische Studien.

 

(2016) "Religious Epistemological Disjunctivism," International Journal for Philosophy of Religion.

 

Book Reviews

 

(2014). Review of On Reflection by Hilary Kornblith, Philosophia Christi

 

Presentations (Refereed)

 

  • Faith as Extended Knowledge. 2017 Saint Louis Graduate Philosophy Conference, Saint Louis: Feb 2017.

  • Faith as Extended Knowledge. Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, San Antonio: Nov 2017.

  • John Henry Newman on Belief, Inference, and Certitude. Lumen Christi Institute’s Graduate Seminar on the Thought of John Henry Newman, Oxford: July 2016.

  • Religious Judgment. Tyndale House Philosophy of Religion Seminar, Hertfordshire: July 2016.

  • Deliver Us from Evil Geniuses’: A New Defense of Epistemological Disjunctivism. 19th Annual Oxford Graduate Philosophy Conference, Oxford: Nov 2017. Commentator on my paper: Timothy Williamson.

  • Deliver Us from Evil Geniuses’: A New Defense of Epistemological Disjunctivism. JustGroningen Conference on Epistemic Justification, Groningen: Aug 2015.

  • Religious Epistemological Disjunctivism. Tyndale House Philosophy of Religion Seminar, Cambridge: July 2015.
     

Teaching

 

Fall 2017                 Mind, Matter, and Language, University of Edinburgh

                                 Tutor: led discussion groups on contemporary issues in philosophy of mind and philosophy of language.


Fall 2016                 Morality and Value, University of Edinburgh

                                          Tutor: led discussion groups on contemporary issues in value theory, applied and normative ethics.

   

Spring 2016           Knowledge and Reality, University of Edinburgh

                                          Tutor: led discussion groups on contemporary issues in epistemology and metaphysics.

 

Summer 2014       Introduction to Philosophy, Central Virginia Community College

                                          Lecturer (via Blackboard Collaborate): delivered lectures on logic and on central themes in epistemology                                               (incl. knowledge and justification, internalism vs. externalism, and scepticism), in metaphysics (incl. causality,                                             freewill), in ethics (incl. normative ethics and metaethics), in philosophy of religion (incl. problem of evil, and                                             the ontological /cosmological /teleological /moral arguments for God), and on existentialism.

 

Spring 2014           Introduction to Philosophy, Central Virginia Community College 

                                          Lecturer: delivered lectures on logic and on central themes in epistemology (incl. knowledge and                                                                 justification, internalism vs. externalism, and scepticism), in metaphysics (incl. causality, freewill), in ethics                                                 (incl. normative ethics and metaethics), in philosophy of religion (incl. problem of evil, and the ontological                                                  /cosmological /teleological /moral arguments for God), and on existentialism. 

 

                                         Introduction to Philosophy, Liberty University

                                         Adjunct Instructor: led discussion groups on contemporary themes in epistemology, metaphysics,                                                            philosophy of religion, and ethics.  

 

Fall 2013                Introduction to Philosophy, Central Virginia Community College

                                         Lecturer: delivered lectures on logic and on central themes in epistemology (incl. knowledge and                                                                justification, internalism vs. externalism, and scepticism), in metaphysics (incl. causality, freewill), in ethics                                                  (incl. normative ethics and metaethics), in philosophy of religion (incl. problem of evil, and the ontological                                                   /cosmological /teleological /moral arguments for God), and on existentialism.

 

           Introduction to Philosophy, Liberty University 

 Adjunct Instructor: led discussion groups on contemporary themes in epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of religion, and ethics.

 

(2011-2013)        Introduction to Philosophy, Liberty University

Graduate Student Assistant: led discussion groups on contemporary themes in epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of religion, and ethics. 

              

Professional Development

 

         Lead Organizer/             7th Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference
         Finance manager

 

         Web Editor                     EIDYN: The Edinburgh Centre for Epistemology, Mind, and

                                                 Normativity.

 

         Co-Organizer/                6th Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference
         Liaison

 

         Lead Organizer/             Edinburgh Epistemology Reading Group (1 Year)

         Convener

 

Professional Service

       Referee Work

         

         Canadian Journal of Philosophy

         Erkenntnis 

       International Journal for the Study of Skepticism

References

 

            Prof. Duncan Pritchard Professor (FRSE), University of Edinburgh

            Email: duncan.pritchard@ed.ac.uk

            Dr. J. Adam Carter Lecturer, University of Glasgow
            Email: adam.carter@glasgow.ac.uk

 

            Dr. Martin Smith Lecturer, University of Edinburgh

            Email: martin.smith@ed.ac.uk

 

            Dr. David Baggett Professor, Liberty University

            Email: dbaggett@liberty.edu

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