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Tom Stern is a Lecturer in Philosophy and the Academic Director of European Social and Political Studies at UCL.
Tom has two main research interests: nineteenth-century German philosophy, especially Nietzsche and Schopenhauer; aesthetics, especially the philosophy of theatre. He has just written his first book: Philosophy and Theatre (Routledge, 2013). The book examines a series of philosophical questions or concerns which arise in relation to theatre.
For more information about Tom's research, and to download some of his papers, you can go to his website: http://sterntom.com/
Tom has taught on a range of topics in analytic and continental philosophy. Recent courses have included: Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Adorno, Plato, Philosophy and Theatre.
|2009||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy||University of Cambridge|
|2006||M.Phil||Master of Philosophy||University of Cambridge|
|2005||BA||Bachelor of Arts||University of Cambridge|