Dr James Read

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy

I am a Tutor in Philosophy at Pembroke, and an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford.

I give undergraduate tutorials in logic, metaphysics and epistemology, the philosophy of science, and the philosophy of physics, among other things. I lecture on the philosophy of physics in the University.

My research lies primarily in the philosophy of physics: in particular, in (i) the foundations of spacetime theories (especially Einstein’s general relativity), (ii) the study of symmetries in physics, and (iii) the role of probability in physics. However, I am interested in all areas of the philosophy of physics and the philosophy of science. For more on my research, please visit my website.

Dr James Read

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy

I am a Tutor in Philosophy at Pembroke, and an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford.

I give undergraduate tutorials in logic, metaphysics and epistemology, the philosophy of science, and the philosophy of physics, among other things. I lecture on the philosophy of physics in the University.

My research lies primarily in the philosophy of physics: in particular, in (i) the foundations of spacetime theories (especially Einstein’s general relativity), (ii) the study of symmetries in physics, and (iii) the role of probability in physics. However, I am interested in all areas of the philosophy of physics and the philosophy of science. For more on my research, please visit my website.