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Three of our staff have recently received major research grants:

  • Ellen Fridland: Templeton grant for work on a conception of intelligent automaticity from the perspective of skill and applying this to moral expertise, especially intelligent affective change as connected with moral behaviour. Part of their Diverse Intelligences programme.
  • Andrea Sangiovanni: 5-year European Research Council Consolidator Grant on ‘Solidarity in the European Union’, aiming to develop a theory of justice for the EU.
  • Mark Textor: Leverhulme Research Fellowship for work on ‘Austrian Philosophy 1874-1918: Empiricism, Evidence and Economy’

Congratulations to Ellen, Andrea and Mark!