Alfred Moore works on political theory, with particular interests in deliberative democracy, social epistemology, politics of expertise and technology and democracy. Until 2017 he was a research fellow at Cambridge University working on the Leverhulme Trust project ‘Conspiracy and Democracy: History, Political theory, Internet’. He has a PhD from the University of Bath, and has taught philosophy at University College Cork (2006-2009), held a European Union Marie Curie Research Fellowship (2009-2012) to work at the University of British Columbia on the project Epistemology and Democracy in Complex Societies, and was a Democracy Fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University in 2012. He has published in a wide range of journals, including Political Studies, the Journal of Political Philosophy, Critical Review, Episteme, Economy and Society, and Social Studies of Science, among others.
Alfred is currently teaching the undergraduate modules Introduction to Political Theory and Contemporary Political Philosophy.