Robinson, Howard



Robinson specializes in the philosophies of mind, of perception and of religion, and in certain areas of the history of philosophy. He is author of Matter and Sense (CUP 1982); Perception (Routledge 1994); From the Knowledge Argument to Mental Substance: Resurrecting the Mind (CUP 2016). He has edited several books, including the Oxford Classics edition of Berkeley's Principles and Three dialogues.

He is a Senior Fellow of the Center for Philosophy of Religion at Rutgers, Distinguished Visiting Professor of the Philosophy Department at Central European University, Budapest (of which he was Provost, 2007-10) and a Visiting Scholar at Fordham University, 2010 to the present.