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Phoebe is a Senior Lecturer in the Philosophy Department. She teaches Philosophical Methods' in years one and two, 'Critiques of Reason and Society: Post-Kantian Philosophy' and 'Philosophy of Science, Nature, and Sustainability' on the BA (Hons) Philosophy programme. 

Phoebe is currently completing her PhD on Schelling and contemporary analytic philosophy of Emergence, arguing that for the concept of emergence to be both viable and coherent, it must be ubiquitously maintained throughout nature. Phoebe's research interests extend to contemporary systems theory, philosophy of nature, time, and forms of generation. She is in the process of researching Karoline von G├╝nderrode's Philosophy in the Nineteenth Century, and the connection between philosophy and dance. Phoebe has previously written about Schelling's concept of longing and eternity; the metaphysics of freedom; and, the ecological consequences of Schellingian evil. 

Phoebe has worked extensively with the Social Sciences Foundation Year as both the Student Support Officer, and teaching the 'Essential of Academic Practice' module, alongside delivering the 'Flourish Programme' between the years 2019-2022.

When Phoebe is not engaged with philosophy, she is caring for her many house plants, dancing, reading fiction and taking trips to Canada (where she completed her Masters Degree at the Memorial University of Newfoundland.)

Phoebe is committed to both her research and developing students own path through philosophy and university as a whole. She welcome any and all questions.

Area of expertise

Philosophy of Nature, Schelling, Nineteenth Century German Philosophy, Philosophy of Emergence, Critical Thinking, Philosophy of Science.


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