Richard Holton

Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge

I’m a professor of philosophy at the University of Cambridge, and a fellow of Peterhouse. Before that I taught at MIT, and before that at Monash, the ANU, Sheffield and Edinburgh. I did my BA in PPE at University College, Oxford, did some graduate work at Nuffield College and the Ecole normale superieure in Paris, and then did my PhD at Princeton. These days I work mainly in moral psychology and related areas, but also in ethics, philosophy of law and philosophy of language.


Problem of Free Will

Problem of Free Will

Richard Holton Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion