PhD Position in Knowledge first virtue epistemology


TYPE: PhD Fellowship in Epistemology
LOCATION: Leuven, Belgium
DEADLINE: 30.5.2014


The Centre for Logic and Analytic Philosophy at KU Leuven invites
applications for a full-time position as a PhD fellow as part of a research
project on


which is funded by a KU Leuven OT and an FWO grant (PI: Christoph Kelp) and
will run until 2017/18.

DURATION: 3 years
STARTING DATE: October 1, 2014.
SALARY: approx. EUR 1800/month (after tax).

The candidate will be part of Christoph Kelp’s research group and will work
on topics
related to the project. (For further information about the project please
visit the
project website at
a detailed description of the project can be downloaded via

At present, there are two doctoral students working in the research group.
Additional hires on postdoctoral level are expected.

The members of the research group will work closely together and are
expected to actively contribute to the project and to activities at the
Centre for Logic and Analytic Philosophy.



* MA (or equivalent) in philosophy



Candidates are requested to submit the following application materials to

* a cover letter
* a CV
* a research proposal on a topic related to the project (max. 1000 words)
* a writing sample
* two names and email addresses of referees who have agreed to write a
letter of recommendation

The deadline for applications is 30.5.2014. Only electronic applications
will be considered.



The Centre for Logic and Analytic Philosophy is a growing research unit at
KU Leuven. At present it counts 5 senior members of staff, 4 postdocs and 7
PhD students among its members. In 2014/2015, 2 additional seniors members
will join the Centre. The Centre hosts a bi-weekly research seminar and
various workshops and conferences.


2 comments on “PhD Position in Knowledge first virtue epistemology

  1. Hi Sreejith,are you considering this fellowship? this seems perfect for you. Regards Sangeeta

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