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Peter Graham started college at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in Psychology as a presidential, honors and debate scholar. On the intercollegiate debate team, he reached the quarterfinals of the National Debate Tournament as a sophomore. He transferred to UCLA and received his B.A. in Philosophy magna cum laude with highest departmental honors where he studied under Rogers Albritton, Tyler Burge, Philippa Foot, David Pears and Keith Donnellan. He received his M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Arizona where he worked with Alvin Goldman, Robert “Mike” Harnish and John Pollock, writing a thesis on authoritative self-knowledge. He completed his Ph.D. in Philosophy at Stanford University supervised by Fred Dretske, with Michael Bratman, John Perry, Debra Satz and Ken Taylor, writing a thesis on the epistemology of testimony. He was Fred Dretske’s last Ph.D. student.

B.A. Philosophy 1991
University of California, Los Angeles
Magna cum laude
Highest Departmental Honor

M.A. Philosophy 1995
University of Arizona
Robert M. Harnish, Supervisor

Ph.D. Philosophy 2000
Stanford University
Fred Dretske, Supervisor