Bill Mander directs the studies of the undergraduate philosophy students at the college and is the Dean of Harris Manchester. He teaches ethics, history of philosophy, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, philosophy of mind metaphysics and epistemology. He lectures for the philosophy faculty mainly on the history of philosophy, most usually on Hegel and Spinoza.
Bill joined the College in 1989, before which he studied at both University College London and Oxford University.
Bill’s research interests are in nineteenth-century British philosophy (especially, the British Idealists) and early modern philosophy (especially Spinoza, Berkeley, and John Norris), philosophy of religion (especially pantheism) and idealism.