Diane Jeske is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Iowa. Her published work in ethics addresses topics such as the grounds of special obligations to intimates, the nature of friendship, utilitarianism versus deontology, political obligation, and the nature of reasons.
Join Aaron Segal (Hebrew University), Daniel Nolan (Notre Dame), Catharine Diehl (Lucerne), Paul Franks Yale), and Nick Stang (Toronto) for a series of workshops on systematic metaphysics.
Barry Smith, Distinguished Julian Park Professor of Philosophy and professor of Biomedical Informatics, Computer Science and Engineering, and Neurology in the University at Buffalo, contributes to both theoretical and applied research in ontology.
Maria R. Heim (Amherst College) has an interest in the intellectual, philosophical, religious, and literary history of ancient India, with a particular emphasis on Buddhism.
The Ethics and Political Philosophy Research Interest Group is delighted to welcome as a speaker Max K. Hayward, a lecturer (assistant professor) in the Philosophy Department at the University of Sheffield who is currently a Fellow-in-Residence at the Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. His areas of interest include … Read More
Dai Heide is a senior lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at Simon Fraser University specializing in Kant, early modern philosophy, metaphysics, and ethics.
Elise Coquereau-Saouma, a fellow at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, specializes in contemporary Indian philosophy, as well as modern and contemporary Continental (French-German) philosophy.
Ron Aboodi is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto. He works on ethics, moral psychology, the philosophy of action, and decision theory.
Anke Graneß, of the University of Vienna, will introduce some research areas and first results of investigations into a global, non-European-focused, history and present of philosophy.
Allison Aitken, currently a Bersoff Faculty Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at New York University, works on non-standard theories of relations and dependence structures in the history of metaphysics, both South Asian and Early Modern European.
James Kreines is an expert on the philosophy of Hegel and Kant. He teaches at Claremont McKenna College in California.
Andrea Novakovic is an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, who specializes in 19th- and 20th-century European philosophy, especially Hegel, with further interests in critical theory and feminist philosophy.