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Philosophy Bites:  On Berkeley's Puzzle

Philosophy Bites:  Schizophrenia

John Campbell
Willis S. and Marion Slusser Professor of Philosophy
University of California at Berkeley


Department of Philosophy
314 Moses Hall #2390

University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-2390

Tel. (510) 642-2722
Fax: (510) 642-4164
E-mail: jjcampbellAT

Office: 140 Moses Hall

His main interests are in theory of meaning, metaphysics, and the philosophy of psychology. He is currently working on causation in psychology. He is the author of Past, Space and Self (1994) and Reference and Consciousness (2002).  He has given the Whitehead Lectures at Harvard, the Simon Lectures at Toronto and the Gramlich Lecture at Dartmouth.  He has held Guggenheim and NEH Fellowships.  He was Fellow of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford in 2003-2004, and British Academy Research Reader 1995-1997.  He was President of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology 2003-2006.

Wilde Professor of Mental Philosophy at the University of Oxford, and Professorial Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford (2001-2004)

Reader in Philosophy at the University of Oxford (1997-2001)

Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at New College (1986-2001)

Research Lecturer at Christ Church, Oxford (1983-1986)

Senior Germaine Scholar at Brasenose College, Oxford (1982-1983)

University of Stirling Sept. 1974 - July 1978 (B.A. in Philosophy)
University of Calgary Sept. 1978 - Sept. 1979 (M.A. in Philosophy)
Queen's College, Oxford Sept. 1979 - Sept. 1980
Wolfson College, Oxford Sept. 1980 - Sept. 1982 (B.Phil in Philosophy June 1981 (Philosophical Logic, Formal Logic, and History of Science))
Brasenose College, Oxford Sept. 1982 - Sept. 1983
Christ Church, Oxford Sept. 1983 - Sept. 1986 (D.Phil 'Spatiotemporal Thinking')

Visiting posts at University of California at Los Angeles (1988), King's College Cambridge (1990, 1991), Australian National University (1992).