About Associate Professor Kristie Miller

I am primarily interested in the composition of objects at and through time, space and across other possible worlds and in the modal status of metaphysical theories.

Metaphysics quite generally: composition, persistence, modality, personal identity, time and time travel.

Being awarded three separate and exciting ARC grants for projects in metaphysics.

Selected publications

Miller, K. (2006) Issues in Theoretical Diversity: Persistence Composition and Time.
Philosophical Studies series, Volume 106. Edited by Keith Lehrer, Springer Press

Miller, K (2010) “Three routes to contingentism in metaphysics” Philosophy
Compass 5(11): 965-977

Miller, K. (2010) “The existential quantifier, composition and contingency”
Erkenntnis 73(2): 211-235.

Miller, K (2010). “Persons as Sui Generis Kinds: Advice to Exceptionists”
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 81(3): 567-594.

Miller, K. (2009) “Ought a four-dimensionalist to believe in temporal parts?” Canadian
Journal of Philosophy. 39(4): 619-647

Miller, K. (2009). “On contingently error theoretic concepts” American Philosophical
Quarterly 47(2): 181-191

Miller, K. (2008) “Endurantism, Diachronic Vagueness and the Problem of the Many”
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly (89): 242-53.

Miller, K. (2007) ‘Immaterial Beings’ The Monist. 90(3): 349-71.

Braddon-Mitchell, D. and Miller, K. (2006). ‘Talking about a Universalist World.’
Philosophical Studies 130(3): 507-542.