Drew Johnson

Philosophy Graduate Student Association Teaching Mentor

Drew is currently a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Connecticut, with an MA in philosophy from Northern Illinois University and a BA in philosophy from Grinnell College. His research focuses on metaethics, epistemology, and philosophy of language. His current research centers on developing a hybrid theory of ethical thought and discourse that draws from Bar-On’s neo-expressivism and Millikan’s biosemantics.


Drew has published work on the relation between hinge epistemology, moral skepticism, and intellectual humility. He has also published (co-authoring with Dorit-Bar-On) several pieces on self-knowledge.


Website: https://sites.google.com/uconn.edu/drewjohnson/home
Academia page: https://uconn.academia.edu/DrewJohnson

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