Professor Frank Jackson
Areas of expertise
- Philosophy Of Mind (Excl. Cognition) 220314
- Epistemology 220304
- Philosophy Of Language 220313
- Ethical Theory 220305
- Philosophy 2203
- Metaphysics 220309
Frank Cameron Jackson AO took mathematics and philosophy at the University of Melbourne and a PhD in philosophy at La Trobe University. He taught at Adelaide for a year (1967) before moving to La Trobe and then to a chair at Monash (1978). He joined the ANU in 1986 as Professor of Philosophy and Head of the Philosophy Program, Research School of Social Sciences. Each Fall from 2007 to 2013, he was a visiting professor at Princeton University.
At ANU Jackson has served as Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies (1998-2001), Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) (2001) and Director of the Research School of Social Sciences (2004-2007). He was appointed as Distinguished Professor at ANU in 2003. He became an emeritus professor on 1 Augsut 2014.
He is a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities, and the Australian Academy of Social Sciences. He gave the Locke lectures at Oxford in 1995, the Blackwell/Brown lectures in philosophy in 2006, the Gavin David Young lectures at Adelaide in 2012 and was a visiting Leverhulme Professor at Cambridge University in 2011.
Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.
- Philosophical Progress (Secondary Investigator)
- Belief Singular Versus Beliefs Plural (Primary Investigator)
- Conscious Experience and the Hegemony of Representation (Secondary Investigator)
- Concepts and Conceptual Change (Primary Investigator)
- Strategic Assessment of Research Performance Indicators (Secondary Investigator)
- Understanding Phenomenal Experience as a Natural Part of Our World (Primary Investigator)