Andrew Lee

Portrait of Andrew Lee
Assistant Professor
Building MW 382


Andrew Lee will begin his appointment with the department in July 2023. His research focuses mainly on consciousness, especially questions about the structures of conscious experiences. He also has interests in questions about the ethics of consciousness, analog and iconic representation, and infinite sums. More broadly, he is interested in a wide range of philosophical issues across mind, ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, science, language, and math.

​Andrew received his PhD in Philosophy from New York University in 2019. Afterwards, he held postdoctoral fellowships at Rice University, the University of Oslo, and Australian National University.

To learn more about his work, visit his website.


  • PhD, Philosophy (NYU) 2019
  • MA, Philosophy (Brown University)
  • BS, Cognitive Science (Brown University)
  • BA, Philosophy (Brown University)

Teaching Interests

Teaching in 2023-2024

PHLA10: Introduction to Philosophy: Reason and Truth
PHLB55: Puzzles and Paradoxes
PHLD87: Advanced Seminar in the Philosophy of Mind

Research Interests

Philosophy of Mind