Director of Studies in Philosophy, St Edmund's College, Cambridge
Tutor in Philosophy and Theology, Westcott House, Cambridge
Assistant Director of Studies, Westcott House, Cambridge
Dr Phillips holds degrees in History, Theology, and Ministry. He came to Cambridge after a ThM with Professor Nancey Murphy in which he studied philosophy, theology and science, and systematic theology.
Dr Phillips earned his doctorate from the University of Cambridge in philosophy and theology. His PhD thesis, 'Univocity and Theological Language After Aquinas and Wittgenstein', was supervised by Professor Janet Soskice, and examined by Fergus Kerr, O.P., FRSE, and Professor Catherine Pickstock. He is a Chadwick Prize winner, a prize given for writing in the philosophy of religion.
Alain Badiou's reading of Wittgenstein
Theological engagement with the political philosophy of Giorgio Agamben
Notions of Beauty and Form in philosophy and theology
Philosophy and theology of pedagogy
Analytic and Continental Postmodern Philosophy and Theology
Philosophy of Alasdair MacIntyre
Philosophy of Religion
Theology and Science
- Quine's 'God': discovering yet another empiricist dogma? in Practicing to Aim at Truth: Theological Engagements in Honor of Nancey Murphy, (Cascade, 2015).