Christian Longley



Teaching Assistant


St. George,


  •  BA (Honors), York University (Psychology)
  •  BA (Honors), University of Toronto (Philosophy, Political Science & Ethics, Law, and Society)

Chris’ main area of study is moral philosophy, spanning meta-ethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics. Some more specific interests include moral non-naturalism, utilitarianism, and the work of Derek Parfit. Outside ethics, he enjoys philosophy of mind, especially consciousness studies, as well as issues in metaphysics, like free will, the self, and time’s passage. His research of late has been focused on human enhancement.

Research Interests:

Bioethics, Metaphysics, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind