Chris teaches both Philosophy and Politics for University Study on the International Foundation Programme. He has a BA in Politics and International Relations with a Year in Japan, an MA in Political Theory and Practices of Resistance, and a PhD in Political and Social Thought, all from the University of Kent, where he has been teaching a wide variety of modules in politics and philosophy since 2012.
Chris’s research is focused around two distinct, yet interdependent, areas. The first is in the ethics of political resistance, wherein he answers the question ‘what might non-dogmatic political resistance look like, and how should it be evaluated?’. The second is in the nature of truth, where he works to advance a theory of truth that avoids a return to both Cartesian dualism and a retreat into sophistry.