Gideon Rosen *92
Stuart Professor of Philosophy; Chair, Council of the Humanities; and Director, Program in Humanistic Studies, Princeton University
Gideon Rosen chairs the Council of the Humanities at Princeton, which brings together faculty, students, guest scholars, writers, and artists from a variety of departments on campus, and also administers the Program in Humanistic Studies. After completing his doctoral studies at Princeton, he taught at the University of Michigan before returning to the campus to join the faculty in 1993. He is the author (with John P. Burgess) of A Subject with No Object: Strategies for Nominalist Reconstrual in Mathematics. He has published numerous articles in ethics, metaphysics, and the philosophy of mathematics, and is an editor of the forthcoming Norton Introduction to Philosophy. He is a recipient of Princeton’s President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching.