I joined the Department in September 2004, shortly after being awarded my Ph.D.
In Winter 2014, I am teaching PHI9UKB (Perception), and am giving lectures on Plato as part of PHI913 (From Plato to Existentialism). I am also teaching on SASP.
Referee for Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Dialectica, European Journal of Philosophy, Mind, The Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophical Studies, Synthese, and others.
My work centres on the ideas of action, perception, and objectivity. I am especially interested in how these ideas relate to themes in German Idealism.
I am currently working mainly on the idea of self-consciousness, and on how this idea serves to unite my three central concerns. I will be on research leave during Spring 2015.
Haddock A (2017) Wahrnehmung und Gegebensein. In: Kern A, Kietzmann C (ed.). Selbstbewusstes Leben - Texte zu einer transformativen Theorie der menschlichen Subjektivität, Berlin: Suhrkamp, pp. 190-208.
Haddock A (2016) Knowledge Aided by Observation. Wittgenstein Workshop 2014-2015, 16.4.2015 - 16.4.2015, Chicago, IL, USA. Available from: https://voices.uchicago.edu/wittgenstein/files/2015/04/Haddock-Knowledge-Aided-by-Observation-2015.pdf
Haddock A (2011) "The knowledge that a man has of his intentional actions". In: Ford Anton, Hornsby Jennifer, Stoutland Frederick (ed.). Essays on Anscombe's Intention, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, pp. 147-169.
Haddock A (2009) Book review of: Experience and the World's Own Language: A Critique of John McDowell's Empiricism, Richard Gaskin, Clarendon Press, 2006, 264pp. 978-0199287253 , European Journal of Philosophy, 17 (2), pp. 332-336.
Haddock A (2008) Book review of: Thought’s Footing: a Theme in Wittgenstein’s ‘Philosophical Investigations’. Charles Travis, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2007, , Philosophical Quarterly, 58 (232), pp. 546-550.