Professor Kathrin Glüer-Pagin

Kathrin Glüer is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at Stockholm University. She mainly works in the philosophy of mind and language, with occasional side trips into epistemology. Her interests center around the theory of meaning and content, including the nature of belief, reasons, and rationality. She defends a belief theory of perceptual experience and, together with Åsa Wikforss, a novel version of functionalism about belief. She also has a longstanding interest in the philosophy of Donald Davidson. You can read more about her research, publications, and projects here:

Selected Publications:

“Defeating Looks”, in Synthese 195, 2018: 2985–3012.

“Reasons for Belief and Normativity”, with ̊A. Wikforss, in The Oxford Handbook of Reasons and Normativity, ed. by D. Star, OUP 2018, 575-599.

“Interpretation and the Interpreter. On the Role of the Interpreter in Davidsonian Foundational Semantics”, in The Science of Meaning. Essays on the Metatheory of Natural Language Semantics, ed. D. Ball and B. Rabern, OUP 2018, 226-252.