Mark Sainsbury (BA, MA, DPhil Oxon)
Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin since 2002.
Previously College Lecturer at Oxford (Magdalen, St Hilda’s, Brasenose); Lecturer at the University of Essex; Lecturer at Bedford College, University of London; Lecturer, Reader and Stebbing Professor at King’s College London.
Main philosophical interests: philosophy of language and mind.
Fall semester 2022: U/g class: PHL 610 "Problems of knowledge and valuation". Graduate seminar with Michael Tye (on consciousness, vagueness and reference).
Office hours, Fall 2022. T 12.30, F 12.15. WAG 403A
Mark Sainsbury Fest. King's College London, May 16-17, 2022. This was organized by Alex Grzankowski (Bbk) who created a website containing some photos of the event, an audio transcript of Dorothy Edgington's talk on 5/16, and an audio and visual recording of my lecture ("Vagueness as boundarylessness") on 5/17.
Here is a CV.