Prof Jonardon Ganeri
|Post:||Professor in Philosophy (Philosophy)|
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Jonardon Ganeri is currently Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sussex, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Monash University, and Visiting Professor at Kyunghee University Seoul, and he has been a visiting professor at the Universities of Chicago, Pensylvannia, JNU Delhi, and EHESS Paris. He read Parts I and II in Mathematics and Part III in Mathematical Physics at the University of Cambridge, before doing his DPhil in Philosophical Sanskrit at the University of Oxford. He now works on the philosophy of self, consciousness and self-knowledge, on conceptions of rationality, on epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of language and logic. The author of seven books and editor or co-editor of seven more, he has published in Mind, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, The Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Synthese, New Literary History, Philosophy & Literature, and other leading peer-reviewed philosophy journals. He is a subject-editor for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and a member of the editorial boards of History and Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy East & West, and other journals.
He is a life member of Clare Hall Cambridge and a member of common room at Wolfson College Oxford, University College Oxford, and Churchill College Cambridge.
For Jonardon Ganeri's curriculum vitae with full list of publications, and many downloadable papers and books, see his academia.edu page.
Ganeri, Jonardon (2012) The self: naturalism, consciousness, and the first-person stance. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199652365
Ganeri, Jonardon (2012) Identity as reasoned choice : a South Asian perspective on the reach and resources of public and practical reason in shaping individual identities. Continuum, New York, NY. ISBN 9781441196576
Ganeri, Jonardon (2011) "Emergentisms, ancient and modern". Mind, 120. pp. 671-703. ISSN 0026-4423
Ganeri, Jonardon (2011) The lost age of reason: philosophy in early modern India 1450-1700CE. The Oxford History of Philosophy . Clarendon Press, United Kingdom. ISBN 9780199218745
Ganeri, Jonardon (2010) "Subjectivity, selfhood, and the use of the word 'I' ". In: Self, No Self. Oxford University Press, pp. 176-190. ISBN 9780199593804
Ganeri, Prof Jonardon, ed. (2010) Philosophy as Therapeia. Cambridge University Press.
Ganeri, Jonardon and Carpenter, Amber (2009) "Can you seek the answer to this question? (Meno in India)". Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 88 (4). pp. 571-594. ISSN 0004-8402