College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Associate Professor Ian Ravenscroft received a first class honors degree in Philosophy from the University of Melbourne in 1985 and a Master's Degree in Philosophy from the University of Melbourne in 1987. He completed his PhD, under the supervision of Professor Frank Jackson, at the RSSS at the Australian National University in 1995. He taught at the University of Auckland in 1995 and was an ARC Research Associate at Flinders University from 1996 to 1998. After two years at King's College London, he returned to Flinders in 2000.
He is married to Dr Tamara Zutlevics who is the Patient Ethicist at the Women and Children's Hospital, Adelaide. They have two sons.
BA (hons), University of Melbourne, 1985
MA, University of Melbourne, 1987
PhD, Australian National University, 1995
Major Laurie Prize, University of Melboure 1985.
Teaching and research, Department of Philosophy
Civil disobedience; cognitive science; environmental philosophy; ethics; philosophy of mind.
Enactivist theories of imagination, emotion and perception.
: The self
; History of Teleology
; Pleasure and Pain
; Theories of the Self
Ian has appeared in SA Life discussing is work on happiness.
He regularly addresses community groups on a range of philosophical topics.
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