Ph.D., M.I.T., 2001. Joined the department in Fall 2001. His interests include decision theory, game theory, epistemology, philosophy of science, the physics and metaphysics of time and temporal asymmetry, and the nature of chance.
Mark Johnston is currently the Walter Cerf Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University, where he wrote his Ph.D. Particulars and Persistence under the supervision of Saul Kripke. He is the author of many influential and widely reprinted articles in ontology, philosophy of mind, philosophical logic and ethics, along with Saving God (Princeton University Press, 2009) and Surviving Death (Princeton University Press, 2010), two works that present a novel form of religious naturalism.