The College has supported the study of philosophy since its foundation and many distinguished philosophers have been Fellows. Starting in the mid-thirties, Isaiah Berlin and J.L. Austin hosted a famous 'Saturday Mornings' discussion group in Berlin's College rooms, attended by other College philosophers, such as Stuart Hampshire, as well as others in Oxford, such as A.J. Ayer.
Today the College has a number of Fellows and Visiting Fellows engaged in philosophical research as well as several more with significant philosophical aspects to their work. The College provides Fellowships to the Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory, currently Professor Jeremy Waldron, and the University Lecturer in Medieval Philosophy, Prof. Cecilia Trifogli.
|Susanne Bobzien||Philosophy of Logic and Language; Ancient Philosophy|
|Myles Burnyeat||Emeritus Fellow in Philosophy|
|Anthony Gottlieb||The Legacy of Wittgenstein|
|Edward Hussey||Emeritus Fellow in Philosophy|
|Derek Parfit||Emeritus Fellow in Philosophy|
|Andreas Mogensen||Ethics and meta-ethics; epistemology|
|Hanna Pickard||Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Psychiatry|
|Giorgio Pini||John Duns Scotus's Notabilia super Metaphysicam|
|Amia Srinivasan||Epistemology; philosophical methodology|
|Cecilia Trifogli||Medieval Philosophy|