Torfinn Huvenes

Associate Professor
Department of Philsophy, University of Bergen

 

About

I am an associate professor in philosophy at the University of Bergen. Before I took up my current position, I was an associate professor at Umeå University. I have also previously been a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature at the University of Oslo and the Arché Philosophical Research Centre at the University of St Andrews.

I obtained my PhD in 2011 as a double-badge degree from the University of St Andrews and the University of Oslo. I did my PhD under the supervision of Herman Capplen and Jonathan Schaffer.

Most of my research to date has focused on issues concerning disagreement, but I am interested in a wide range of topics in philosophy of language, epistemology, metaethics, metaphysics, philosophy of logic, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science.

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Publications

A Puzzle about Accommodation and Truth (with Derek Ball)

Philosophical Studies (2021, online first).

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Context as Knowledge (with Andreas Stokke)

Mind and Language (2021, online first).

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Relative Truth (with Herman Cappelen)

Glanzerg, M. (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Truth (2018), Oxford University Press.

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On Disagreement

Ichikawa J. (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Epistemic Contextualism (2017), Routledge.

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Information Centrism and the Nature of Contexts (with Andreas Stokke)

Australasian Journal of Philosophy (2016), vol. 94, p. 301-314.

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Epistemic Modals and Credal Disagreement

Philosophical Studies (2015), vol. 172, p. 987-111.

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Disagreement Without Error

Erkenntnis (2014), vol. 79, p. 143-154.

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Knowledge, Conservativism, and Pragmatics (with Paul Dimmock)

Synthese (2014), vol. 191, p. 3239-3269.

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Varieties of Disagreement and Predicates of Taste

Australasian Journal of Philosophy (2012), Vol. 90, p. 167-181.

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Reviews

Review of Joshua Alexander, Experimental Philosophy: An Introduction

Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2012).

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