John Morrison, assistant professor of philosophy, won the prestigious 2015 Sanders Prize in Philosophy of Mind for his piece “Perceptual Confidence."
The prize includes a monetary award and publication in the 2016 issue of the journal Analytic Philosophy. Prof. Morrison's article explores the notion that our experiences of perceiving certain things assign degrees of confidence. Read more about Prof. Morrison's honor and the Marc Sanders Foundation.
A faculty member at Barnard since 2009, John Morrison focuses his research primarily on the philosophy of mind and the history of modern philosophy. His other research interests include metaphysics, medieval philosophy, and the philosophy of language and logic.