Dorit Bar-On is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Connecticut. Previously, she served as the Zachary Smith Distinguished Term Professor of Research and Undergraduate Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Professor Bar-On has been the recipient of numerous fellowships for both undergraduate teaching and research. She earned her B.A. in Philosophy and Linguistics from Tel Aviv University and M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Her research interests include the philosophy of language and mind, epistemology, and metaethics.
Bar-On, Dorit. “Expressive Communication and Continuity Skepticism.” The Journal of Philosophy 110.6 (2013): 293-330.
Bar‐On, Dorit, and James Sias. “Varieties of Expressivism.” Philosophy Compass 8.8 (2013): 699-713.
Bar-On, Dorit. “Language, Concepts and Culture: Between Pluralism and Relativism.” Facta Philosophica 6 (2004): 183-221.