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We welcome applications from candidates with research and teaching interests in the areas of philosophy of law, ethics, and political philosophy.

“Instrumental Virtues and Instrumental Rationality”Abstract:Most theories of rationality take it for granted that rationality is always a matter of conformity to certain principles, or responding to reasons. I argue that (non-trivial) principles of rationality cannot fully capture…

“Fairness, Beneficence and Slack-taking”Abstract: When groups of people share ends or are obligated to act together, individuals in these groups ought to do their fair shares.  Individual fair shares are typically determined on the assumption that all members will comply…

“The Idea of Legal System: One Thought Too Many?” Abstract: One prominent way for multiple legal orders to be organized, and in that way co-exist, is for one order to claim supremacy over the other(s). This is of course a familiar state-centric view of law,…

“Could Aristotle countenance cross-kind teleology?” Abstract: Despite an explicit claim in his Politics to the contrary, most scholars deny that Aristotle could have thought that teleological relations extend across different species of living …

Tenure-Track Position in European Philosophy The Department of Philosophy invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin July 1, 2019. Area of specialization: European Philosophy, particularly any figure or theme in French or German philosophy roughly from Nietzsche onwards. Areas of competence: Open