Roger Teichmann

roger teichmann

Career

1997 - present Lecturer in Philosophy, St Hilda's College, Oxford
1995 - 1997 Stipendiary Lecturer, New College, Oxford
1992 - 1995 Stipendiary Lecturer, Balliol College, Oxford
1992 - 1994 Lecturer, Pembroke College, Oxford
1990 - 1993 British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
1988 - 1990 Senior Scholarship, Merton College

 

Education 

1989

DPhil in Philosophy, Merton College, Oxford.  

Thesis title: ‘Abstract Entities’.

1982 - 1985 Philosophy BA (First Class), Trinity Hall, Cambridge

 

Prizes

1987 John Locke Prize in Mental Philosophy

 

Books

(ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Elizabeth Anscombe (OUP), forthcoming.
(ed.) Elizabeth Anscombe: Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, Routledge 2016. Four volumes.
(ed. with L. Gormally, D. Jones) The Moral Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe, Imprint Academic 2016.
Wittgenstein on Thought and Will, Routledge 2015.
Nature, Reason and the Good Life, OUP 2011.
The Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe, OUP 2008.
(ed.) Logic, Cause and Action: Essays in Honour of Elizabeth Anscombe, Royal Institute of Philosophy (supp. vol. of Philosophy), and CUP 2000.
The Concept of Time, Macmillan 1995.
Abstract Entities, Macmillan 1992.

 

Articles 

‘Metaphysics and Modals’, in The Anscombean Mind (ed. Haddock, Wiseman), Routledge, forthcoming.
‘Conceptual Corruption’, in Cora Diamond on Ethics (ed. Balaska), Palgrave, forthcoming.
‘Meaning, Understanding and Action’, in Enrahonar, An International Journal of Theoretical and Practical Reason, 2020.
‘How Should One Live? Williams on Practical Deliberation and Reasons for Acting’, in Ethics Beyond the Limits (ed. Chappell, van Ackeren), Routledge 2019.
‘Ethics and Philosophy: Aristotle and Wittgenstein Compared’, in Aristotelian Naturalism - A Research Companion (ed. Hähnel), Springer 2019.
‘Are there any intrinsically unjust acts?’, in Zeitschrift für Ethik und Moralphilosophie, Oct. 2018, 201-19.
‘Rational Choice Theory and Backward-Looking Motives’, in Economic Objects and the Objects of Economics (ed. Rona, Zsolnai), Springer 2018, 117-24.
'"Not a Something"', in Nordic Wittgenstein Review vol 6 no. 1, June 2017, 9-30.
'Ethik und Philosophie: Aristoteles und Wittgenstein im Vergleich', in Aristotelischer Naturalismus (ed. Hähnel), JB Metzler 2017, 251-60.
‘Peter Thomas Geach’, entry in the National Dictionary of Biography.
‘Sincerity in Thought’, in The Moral Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe (see above), 212-26.
‘The Identity of a Word’, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Feb. 2016, 317-335.
‘What it's like to work with the academic greats: Elizabeth Anscombe’, Times Higher Education Supplement, Oct. 2015.
‘Why “Why?”? Action, Reasons and Language’, Philosophical Investigations, Jan. 2015, 115-32.
‘The Voluntary and the Involuntary: Themes from Anscombe’, The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Summer 2014, 465-486.
'Le plaisir est-il un bien?', in Elizabeth Anscombe et le Philosophie Contemporaine (ed. Pavlopoulos, Aucouturier), Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne 2014.
'Ryle on Hypotheticals', in Ryle on Mind and Language (ed. Dolby), Palgrave Macmillan 2014, 56-73.
'The Importance of the Past', Philosophy, Jan. 2013, vol. 88, issue 01, 115-131.
‘Ninety-four pages and then some’, interview for 3am magazine, 2012.
'The Anscombe-Lewis Debate' Journal of Inklings Studies, Oct. 2011, 55-68.
'Anscombe', in A Companion to the Philosophy of Action (ed. Sandis, O'Connor), Wiley-Blackwell 2010, 606-612.
'Inferenza pratica e inferenza teoretica', in Elizabeth Anscombe e il rinnovamento della psicologia morale (ed. Mercado), Rome: Armando Editore 2010, 81-95.

 

  • Ethics 
  • Philosophy of Language 
  • Philosophy of Mind 
  • Wittgenstein 
  • Anscombe