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Dr

Andrew Inkpin

Snr Lecturer In Contemporary European Philosophy
primarily from a phenomenological perspective
pictorial representation and visual arts
especially Heidegger
Merleau-Ponty
philosophy
arts & humanities
husserl
phenomenology
edmund husserl
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Dr

Andrew Inkpin

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
Nietzsche
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Dr

Andrew Inkpin

 

Andrew Inkpin is a lecturer in contemporary European philosophy. His research centres on phenomenological approaches to meaning, particularly with regard to language, practice, pictures and the visual arts more generally (including connections between phenomenology and recent cognitive science focusing on the embodied, embedded and enacted nature of cognition).

In addition to particular interests in Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, Wittgenstein and Nietzsche, he has a general background and broad interest in 20th century European philosophy.

For further information see his personal webpage: www.andrewinkpin.net

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Credentials

Positions


Snr Lecturer In Contemporary European Philosophy

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Education


BSc (Hons) Theoretical Physics

University of York

M.A. Philosophy, Art History, Psychology

Friedrich Schiller Universitaet Jena

MPhil Philosophy

University College London

PhD Philosophy

University College London