This website belongs to me, Robert Farrow. I studied analytic philosophy and literature at the University of Kent at Canterbury and continental philosophy at the University of Essex, where I am currently a research student. My philosophical interests include normative ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of language and philosophy of religion. I am currently reading for a Ph.D in critical theory provisionally entitled “Normative Paradigms in Habermas and Honneth”.
My previous employers include Guinness, Interbrew, the Association of Charity Shops and the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC). I currently work on a freelance basis as a writer and researcher, and have published articles on music, film, regional history, social issues and the voluntary sector. My interests include contemporary philosophy, religion, cinema and British/U.S. politics. I am the editorial office manager for Inquiry: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy and I am a member of the National Union of Journalists. I use this website to keep track of my ideas and the various projects I get involved in. Please do comment on any entries you find interesting or contentious as that is essentially what they are there for.