Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Areas of Specialization: Theory of Knowledge, Philosophy of Action
Areas of Competence: Philosophy of Mind and Language, Philosophy of Perception, Existentialism.
Berislav Marusic received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 2007, and his A.B. from Harvard University in 2001. He has two main research projects. The first lies at the intersection of the philosophy of action and epistemology; the second is concerned with philosophical skepticism. He is also interested in the nature of reasons, existentialism and the history of modern philosophy.
University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D.
Harvard University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Humboldt Fellowship (2013)
Davis Teaching and Learning Fellowship, Brandeis University (2012)
Fink Prize in Philosophy, U.C. Berkeley (2006)
Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, U.C. Berkeley (2003)
Bechtel Prize in Philosophy, Harvard University (2001)
Ralph W. Church Fellowship, U.C. Berkeley (2001)
|PHIL||1a||Introduction to Philosophy|
|PHIL||36b||Mind, Meaning, and Language|
|PHIL||134b||Philosophy of Perception|
|PHIL||135a||Theory of Knowledge|
|PHIL||150b||Topics in Epistemology and Metaphysics|
|PHIL||151a||Philosophy of Action|
|PHIL||235a||Graduate Seminar in Epistemology|