Department:School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Areas of Expertise: Philosophy
Tristan is interested in the philosophy of animal cognition, philosophical botany and, generally, in issues surrounding man’s place in nature. He is also interested in Ancient and post-Kantian European philosophy, moral psychology, and debates within metaphilosophy. He is willing to supervise postgraduate research in any of these areas.
Heidegger’s Transcendental Aesthetic (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005).
“Later Heidegger’s Naturalism”, ed. T. Kiesel, Paths in Later Heidegger’s Thought (Indiana University Press, forthcoming).
“Heidegger’s Transcendental Empiricism” (2016), International Journal of Philosophical Studies, pp.1-22.
“Heidegger’s Philosophical Botany” (2016), Continental Philosophy Review, pp.1-18.
“Re-Enchanting Nature: Human and Animal Life in Later Merleau-Ponty” (2007), Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, Vol. 38, No.2, pp. 164-180.
“Darwinian Days”, on T. Lewens’ Darwin, Philosophers’ Magazine (Issue 38, 2nd quarter 2007).
“Down to Earth”, on D. Cooper’s Philosophy of Gardens, Philosophers’ Magazine (Issue 36, 4th quarter 2006).