Sarah Routley

Student, University of St Andrews
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About Sarah Routley

Hello everyone! I'm Sarah (she/her) and I am a second-year undergraduate student in Philosophy at the University of St Andrews. I am particularly interested in the applications of philosophy to social and political issues, and how we can use philosophical arguments to inform policy decisions. As such, my research project concerns epistemic injustice in cases of sexual assault and its implications for university and legal policy. 

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University of St Andrews

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Cooking/Baking Music Nature & environment Politics & current events Reading Tennis

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Blog Philosophy

Can philosophy ever provide a satisfying answer? - Reflections on a summer of questions

In this research blog, I discuss some challenges that I have faced in developing my thesis. I consider the implications of these challenges for philosophy more widely, reflecting on how I have re-evaluated the social value of philosophical research.

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University of St Andrews