Department of Philosophy
   
   
  

If you wish to get in touch with our administrative staff, please see the admin staff contact page

Image of Harold Noonan

Harold Noonan

Professor of Mind and Cognition, Faculty of Arts

Contact

Biography

Harold Noonan was educated at the University of Cambridge, and taught at the University of Birmingham between 1979 and 2004, before which he was a Research Fellow at Trinity Hall College, Cambridge. His principal teaching and research interests include the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of language (especially reference); identity and personal identity; philosophical logic; and the philosophies of Frege, Russell and Hume. During the first semester of 2007-08 he held a Mind Association Fellowship.

Expertise Summary

Harold's principal teaching and research interests include the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of language (especially reference), identity and personal identity, philosophical logic, and the philosophies of Frege, Russell and Hume. His recent publications include Hume on Knowledge (Routledge), Frege (Polity Press), a second edition of Personal Identity, published by Routledge in 2003 and 'The Concept Horse', in Universals, Concepts and Qualities, edited by Peter Strawson and A. Chakrabati (2006).

Teaching Summary

Currently teaching the History of Philosophy: Hume and on Kripke's Naming and Necessity

Recent Publications

I expect to be on Research Leave next second semester 2016-17

Department of Philosophy

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Contact details