Research

I’m a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Philosophy at University College Dublin, where I teach intro to logic, intro to ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of religion and philosophy of time. My research is primarily in philosophy of time and metaphysics of modality. My PhilPapers page is here

I received a B.Phil. in Philosophy from the University of Oxford in 2010, and a D.Phil. in Philosophy from the University of Oxford in 2014. My D.Phil. supervisors were Cian Dorr and John Hawthorne, and my examiners were Timothy Williamson (Oxford) and Dean Zimmerman (Rutgers).

My CV is here

My e-mail address is: daniel[dot]deasy[at]ucd[dot]ie

1. Papers

2. Reviews, Symposia etc.

3. Under review/in development

  • Characterising Theories of Time and Modality (under review)
  • Advanced Temporalising (under review)
  • Passage and the Moving Spotlight (in development)
  • Arguments for the A-theory (in development)
  • The Growing Block Theory (in development)

4. Thesis

5. Recent Talks

  • Moving Spotlight Theories (University of Durham)
  • Classic MST (University of Milan)
  • Change on the B-theory (University of Oxford)
  • Advanced Temporalising (University of Hamburg)
  • The Stuck Spotlight (University of Bonn)
  • Real Change (Trinity College, University of Dublin)
  • Past Particulars (University of Bonn)
  • The Presentism/Eternalism Debate (99th Meeting of the Irish Philosophical Club)
  • New Developments in Temporal Metaphysics (University of Bonn)
  • Advanced Temporalising (Trinity College, University of Dublin)
  • Talking About the Non-existent Past (University College Cork)
  • What Am I Doing? (Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford)
  • Could I Have Been a Turnip? (Magdalen College School, Oxford)

6. Interviews

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