Dorothy Margaret Doig Edgington FBA (née Milne, born 29 April 1941) is a philosopher active in metaphysics and philosophical logic. She was Waynflete Professor of Metaphysical Philosophy at the University of Oxford from 2003 to 2006. Before moving to Oxford, Edgington taught for many years at Birkbeck College, London, and now teaches there again part-time. She is especially well known for her work on the logic of conditionals and vagueness.
- The Paradox of Knowability (1985), Mind 94:557-568. Presents a resolution of Fitch's paradox based on situation semantics.
- On Conditionals (1995), Mind 104:235-329. Defends an epistemic theory of conditionals against a truth-functional one, as part of the Mind's state of the art series.
- Conditionals (2006), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.