Clare Moriarty is a Doctoral Researcher at King’s College London, where she works on the intersection between early modern philosophy and the philosophy of mathematics.

She is particularly interested in the relationship between mathematical practice and philosophy of mathematics in the 17th and 18th centuries, the intersection of religion and philosophy, idealism and immaterialism, empiricist philosophy, theories of perception (particularly visual perception), and the philosophies of Berkeley, Locke, Hume, and Molyneux. Her doctoral research focuses on how Berkeley’s views on calculus fit in with his broader philosophical and theological beliefs.


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