Clare Moriarty is interested in early modern philosophy broadly, but in particular issues relating to metaphysics and epistemology that arose during this period. Much of her research dovetails with the history and philosophy of mathematics and the evolution of calculus. She is also interested in early modern literature and satire. As well as her philosophical work, she is conducting research for the Justice for Magdalenes Research network. Most recently, she has taught at King’s College London and University College Dublin.


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