Daisy Dixon
Research Fellow, Philosophy and Art, Peterhouse, Cambridge

Daisy Dixon is a research fellow in philosophy and art at Peterhouse, University of Cambridge. Her research interests include philosophy of art, philosophy of language, and feminist philosophy. She is also a practising artist in paint and sound.

Written by Daisy Dixon

An image of George Floyd and the initials for the Black Lives Matter movement are projected on to the Robert E Lee statue on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, on 10 June 2020. Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post/Getty

Essay/
Art
Should we censor art?

Tearing down sexist paintings or racist monuments raises as many problems as it resolves. There’s a better way to combat hate

Daisy Dixon