- PhD, Philosophy, New York University
- BA, Philosophy and Cognitive Science, New College of Florida
David Barnett’s research focuses on epistemology and philosophy of mind, but with connections to decision theory, ethics, and the history of philosophy. His papers, on a variety of topics, deal with the overarching concerns of the first-person perspective and self-consciousness. For more information, visit his personal website.
Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind
- “Perceptual Justification and the Cartesian Theater”, forthcoming, in Oxford Studies in Epistemology (runner-up for the 2015 Marc Sanders Prize in Epistemology).
- “Is Memory Merely Testimony from One’s Former Self?” 2015, Philosophical Review 124 (3): 353-392.
- “Inferential Justification and the Transparency of Belief” 2016, Nous 50 (1): 184-212.
- “What’s the Matter With Epistemic Circularity?” 2014, Philosophical Studies 171 (2): 177-205.
- “Self-Knowledge Requirements and Moore’s Paradox,” 2021, Philosophical Review 130 (2): 227-262.
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