John Lucas (philosopher) - Career Highlights

Career Highlights

  • 1942-7. Scholar of Winchester College
  • 1947-51. Attended Balliol College, Oxford on a scholarship.
  • 1951. BA with 1st Class Honours, Greats.
  • 1951-3. Harmsworth Senior Scholar, Merton College, Oxford.
  • 1952. John Locke Scholarship, Oxford University.
  • 1953-6. Junior Research Fellow, Merton College, Oxford.
  • 1956-9. Fellow and Assistant Tutor, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
  • 1957-8. Jane Eliza Procter Visiting Fellow, Princeton University.
  • 1959-60. Leverhulme Research Fellow, the University of Leeds.
  • 1960-96. Fellow and Tutor of Merton College, Oxford.
  • 1988. Elected a Fellow of the British Academy.
  • 1990-6. Reader in Philosophy, Oxford University.
  • 1991-3. President, British Society for the Philosophy of Science.

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