His DPhil. thesis, entitled The View from Here: A First-person Constraint on Believing was completed in 1998 at Oxford University. While finishing his thesis, Jones spent three years teaching philosophy at various colleges in Oxford.
With a 1997 paper, 'Why Do We Value Knowledge', published in American Philosophical Quarterly, he won regard as one of the early contributors to the nascent debate on the Meno problem. In collaboration with Samantha Vice, he has edited and contributed to Ethics at the Cinema, which was published by Oxford University Press in 2010.
He is currently chief editor of Philosophical Papers, published by Routledge.
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