Daniel Rothschild (philosopher)
Daniel Henry Rothschild (born 1979) is an American philosopher and Head of University College London Department of Philosophy. He is known for his expertise on philosophy of language. Rothschild has held various fellowships from the Arts and Humanities Research Council and is a Fifty-Pound fellow of All Souls College.
|Education||Princeton University (Ph.D.)|
Yale University (B.A.)
|Awards||Arts and Humanities Research Council fellowship|
Deforest Senior Prize in Mathematics
|Institutions||University College London|
|Thesis||Semantic Interactions: Descriptions and their Neighbors (2006)|
|Doctoral advisor||Gilbert Harman|
|philosophy of language|
- "Daniel Rothschild to join our Department in 2013". philosophy.columbia.edu.
- "All Souls College Oxford". www.asc.ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 10 November 2018.
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