Jamie Whyte is a former lecturer of philosophy at Cambridge University and winner of Analysis journal's prestigious prize for the best article by a philosopher under 30. He has published numerous articles - mainly on the subject of truth - in journals such as Analysis and the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. He is from New Zealand and now lives and works in London.
The Guardian - 'Ruthlessly exposes logical flaws...angry and witty.' Sunday Telegraph - 'An incisive philosopher.' The Times - 'Whets a long knife of ultra-rationalism on the cold stone of logic.' Andrew Marr, Start the Week, BBC Radio 4 - 'Attacks dodgy logic, bogus statistics and...idle cluttered thinking.'