When students arrive for their supervisions in philosophy, I can often tell that they feel a mix of excitement and nervousness. Excitement, because they will now have the chance to discuss in great detail their own ideas, arguments and positions with me and just one other fellow student. Nervousness, because they know that the undivided focus of this next hour will be placed firmly on the persuasiveness of their own work, anticipating possible challenges to their arguments and wondering how well they will be able to parry them.
25 November 2020
Why I enjoy working with MPE students