I specialize in metaethics, though I am interested in ethics more broadly and also in the philosophy of mind. In metaethics, I am particularly interested in exploring the implications, if any, that contemporary psychology and neuroscience might have for major metaethical debates, such as debates about the nature of moral judgments. For PhilPapers, I edit the categories, "Moral Error Theories and Fictionalism" and, "Debunking Arguments about Morality."
Joliet Junior CollegeEnglish, Philosophy, and World LanguagesProfessor
University of Connecticut
Department of Philosophy
Joliet, Illinois, United States of America
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