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Dr Daniel Hill BA (Oxon), MA (KCL), PhD (London)

Senior Lecturer Philosophy

    Research

    Philosophy of Religion

    The nature of God: omnipotence, omniscience, perfect goodness.
    Philosophical analysis of religious assertions.
    Free will and predestination.
    The philosophy of Calvinism.
    The epistemic status of the Bible.
    Supralapsarianism vs Infralapsarianism.

    Philosophy of Action

    The relation between action and intention: does the intention determine the nature of the action?
    The individuation of actions.
    Cross-modal identity of actions.
    When and where actions take place.
    The nature of intentions.

    Applied Ethics

    The principle of double effect as applied to issues such as:
    palliative fatal injections on those approaching the end of their lives;
    collateral damage in warfare;

    Research Group Membership
    Research Grants
    • Philosophy of Religion and Religious Communities: Defining Beliefs and Symbols
    • Kit Fine on Neutral Relations
    Research Collaborations

    Richard Gaskin

    Internal

    Co-authorship.

    Daniel Whistler

    Internal

    AHRC Scoping Study on Religious Symbolism and Discrimination

    Stephen McLeod

    Internal

    Co-authorship.

    Mary Leng

    Internal

    Application to the John Templeton Foundation for funding for a 15-month research project on nominalism and its implications (especially for philosophy of logic, philosophy of language, metaphysics, and religion).

    Crawford Gribben

    External: Trinity college Dublin

    Proposed collaboration on an AHRC-funded project on law, religion, and morality, to describe and analyse religious (Christian) answers to the question 'how far should the law reflect morality?'. Rejected by AHRC.