Farbod Akhlaghi-Ghaffarokh is a DPhil (PhD) Philosophy candidate at the University of Oxford in Oriel College under the supervision of Prof. Roger Crisp and Prof. Timothy Williamson. He works primarily in (Meta-)Metaphysics, Moral Philosophy, and their intersections. His doctoral research is generously funded by an Oxford Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership (Oxford AHRC DTP) Studentship.
He took the MPhil in Philosophy at the University of Cambridge (Darwin College) in 2016/17. His research at Cambridge was funded by a Darwin Philosophy Studentship, and his MPhil thesis was supervised by Prof. Matthew Kramer.
Before that, he read for the MLitt in Philosophy with Distinction at the University of St. Andrews, on the St. Andrews/Stirling Philosophy Graduate Programme (SASP) in 2015/16. He also achieved a Distinction (19.5/20) in his dissertation supervised by Dr. Justin Snedegar, and he was placed on the Deans’ List for Academic Excellence. His tuition for this degree was funded by a Philosophical Quarterly Scholarship.