Research Interest: Innes is interested in the brain/mind debate within philosophy of the mind with a specific interest in human consciousness. His theological interest is focused on the understanding of human experiences in the light of Scripture as a theology of praxis.
PhD Supervision: Innes has supervised, or is supervising, PhD students researching in areas of monism and dualism; moral responsibility; free will and providence; and epistemology within the context of philosophy of science and natural theology.
Counselling: He is also a counsellor, registered as a COSCA Counsellor Member and offers counselling, in person or by video conference, across Scotland and beyond.
Dr Innes Visagie was appointed as lecturer at the UHI Highland Theological College in 2006. On the philosophy programmes, he teaches on epistemology (the theory of knowledge), philosophy of science, and philosophy of mind. On the theology programme he teaches practical and pastoral theology and counselling theories. He was born in South Africa and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Stellenbosch and North-West University (Potchefstroom) (BA Soc Science, BA Philosophy Hons, BA Theology, Masters in Philosophy, PhD)