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Dr Clive Zammit
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Dr Clive Zammit


Senior Lecturer
Cognitive Science
Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences
Room 318
MaKS Building
University of Malta
contact+356 2340 3928

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Research Interests & Publications

Research Interests

  • Contemporary philosophy
  • Consciousness
  • Identity
  • Time
  • Memory
  • Knowledge
  • Ethics

Selected Publications

Zammit, C. 2017, ""The Myth of the Inevitability of War" in Pedagogy, Politics and Philosophy of Peace" in Pedagogy, Politics and Philosophy of Peace; Interrogating Peace and Peacmaking, eds. C. Borg & M. Grech, Bloomsbury, , pp. 110.

Zammit, C. 2017, "Surveillance - What does philosophy have to say?", Doxa Diskursai Be Monologu, [Online], no. June 2015, pp. 6th March 2017.

Zammit, C. 2014, "Towards the memory of a possible future" in Lorenzo Milani's culture of peace : essays on religion, education, and democratic life, eds. C. Borg & M. Grech, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 253.

Laaksonen, P., Hellén, K., Santos, C.R., Abad-González, J., Brockdorff, N., Zammit, C., Camillieri, L., Turley, D., Andronikidis, A.I. & Avlonitis, G.J. 2013, "Is there a European Shopping-Related Lifestyle?", Consumption Culture in Europe: Insight into the Beverage Industry: Insight into the Beverage Industry, , pp. 166.

Zammit, C. 2013, "The owl and the ass: On the Role of the Middle Voice in Peter Serracino Inglott's ambivalent treatment of Martin Heidegger's thinking" in A philosopher at large : essays commemorating Peter Serracino Inglott, eds. J. Buttigieg, J.P. De Lucca & C. Mangion, BDL Pub, Malta, pp. 263.

Zammit, C. 2012, "A Place of Gazing With Intent" in Shooting society : documenting contemporary life in Malta, eds. C. Borg & Vella Raphael, Midsea Books, Valletta, pp. 328.

Zammit, C. 2007, "The Myth of Creative Performance" in The Performer as an Act of Faith, ed. J. Schranz, Groups for Human Encounter; Malta, , pp. 1.

Zammit, C. 2006, Witnessing: Ethics and Temporality after Heidegger, University of Essex, Essex.


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