Nicole Hassoun published an article in Oxford University Press blog
"How protecting human rights can help us increase our Global Health Impact"| read more
Nicole Hassoun published an article in The Conversation
"Philosophy and psychology agree - yelling at people who aren't wearing masks won't work"| read more
Nicole Hassoun published an article in Psyche
"What is a minimally good life and are you prepared to live it?"| read more
Nicole Hassoun was interviewed on The Conversation
Nicole Hassoun was interviewed on the The Conversation and talks about who should get a COVID-19 vaccine first. | Listen here
Nicole Hassoun shares her opinion on The Hill
Jonathan Mann's human rights blueprint for global health must guide COVID-19 response | read more
Nicole Hassoun on Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines
Nicole Hassoun's book, Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines, was published in July.
Nicole Hassoun shared some highlights from her book,
"Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines" | read more
Robert Patrick Whelan published in the Journal of Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
"The costs and benefits of prosecution: a contractualist justification of amnesty" by Robert Patrick Whelan | read more
Nicole Hassoun published an article in The Conversation
"How can we get pharma companies to do more for global health? Try ranking them" | read more
Nicole Hassoun shared some thoughts on COVID-19 during an interview with Fox 40 News,
"How Businesses Should Consider Employee Health When Returning to Work." | Listen here
Jenn Dum published in Journal of Philosophy of Education
“Relational Goods and Educational Justice" by Jenn Dum | read more
Melissa Zinkin to be a Faculty Mentor
Melissa will be a faculty mentor at the Athena in Action mentoring conference at Cornell in June.
Huseyin Kuyumcuoglu published in Journal of Business Ethics
Sweatshops, Harm, and Interference: A Contractualist Approach by Huseyin Kuyumcuoglu | read more
Lisa Tessman published in Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy
"Moral distress in health care: when is it fitting?" by Lisa Tessman | read more
Mattias Iser published in Justification and Emancipation. The Critical Theory of Rainer Forst
"Objectionable Objections. On Toleration, Respect, and Esteem," by Mattias Iser | read more
Lisa Tessman speaks at SUNY Oswego
Lisa Tessman gave this year’s Warren Steinkraus Lecture
"Setting Ourselves Up for Moral Failure" | read more
Tony Reeves published in Ratio Juris
"Impunity and Hope, "by Tony Reeves | read more
Andrey Darovskikh published in Journal of Ethical Urban Living
“Evaluating Biomedical Enhancement: A Non-ideal Approach” by Andrey Darovskikh | read more
Max Pensky published in Philosophy and Social Criticism
Jewishness and jurisgenesis: On Seyla Benhabib’s Exile, Statelessness and Migration by Max Pensky | read more
Eric Dietrich published in Axiomathes
When Science Confronts Philosophy: Three Case Studies by Eric Dietrich | read more
Katrina England and James Lethbridge awarded the Graduate Student Excellence Award in Teaching for 2019!
ROBERT PATRICK WHELAN published in Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
Granting Amnesty for Peace: Assessing the Possibility of a Just Peace in Kant’s Doctrine of Right by Robert Patrick Whelan | read more
Max Pensky edited
A Campanion to Adorno
Max Pensky edited the book, A Companion to Adrono published April 2020. | read more
Lisa Tessman gave the Keynote Lecture
Lisa Tessman gave the Keynote Lecture “Moral Distress at the Edge of Culpability,” at the 33rd European Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, University of Oslo, Norway - July 2019 | read more
Nicole Hassoun will launch the Global Health Impact Index at Princeton University on May 10, 2019. | read more
Robert Guay on Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment
Robert Guay's book, Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment was published in May 2019.
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Lisa Tessman was interviewed on the Tapestry Show
Lisa Tessman was interviewed on the Tapestry Show, which is a CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corporation) show. She talks about moments when doing the right thing is impossible. | Listen here
Christopher Morgan-Knapp in The Philosophical Quarterly
Christopher Morgan-Knapp's paper, "Comparative Pride" was published in the Philosophical Quarterly in October 2018. | read the paper
Max Pensky on Authoritarianism: Three Inquiries in Critical Thinking
Max Pensky's book, Authoritarianism: Three Inquiries in Critical Thinking was published in November 2018.| read more
Nicole Hassoun discusses consumption and social change in her article recently published
in the Economics & Philosophy journal.
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Nicole Hassoun discusses efforts to implement universal health care. | read more
Nicole Hassoun hopes her research into wealth distribution will influence public discussion both locally and worldwide. | read more
Melissa Zinkin on Kantian Constructivism
Melissa Zinkin's essay, "Kantian Constructivism, Respect and Moral Depth," was published in Realism and Anti-Realism in Kant's Moral Philosophy: New Essays.
Mollie Teitelbaum on Psychology Today
Mollie Teitelbaum, former Pell honors student and winner of the 2016 Dillon Award, wrote a guest post for Psychology Today while she is working as a research assistant for Aaron Ben-Ze'ev at University of Haifa. | read more
Charles Goodman on Pineal Express
Listen to Charles Goodman talk about Buddhism, compassion, and ethics on Pineal Express podcast here.
Nicole Hassoun on Big Think
Watch Nicole Hassoun's recent short video, "Fair Trade Pharma: A Plan for More Affordable Prescription Drugs" on Big Think here.
Melissa Zinkin in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly
Melissa Zinkin's paper, "Two Kinds of Feminist Philosophy," is forthcoming in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly in 2018. You can access an early view of the abstract and article on Wiley Online Library.
Nicole Hassoun in Journal of Public Health
Nicole Hassoun published "Measuring health burden without discriminating against the disabled" with Lucio Esposito in the September 2017 issue of Journal of Public Health. Read the abstract or the full article on Oxford University Press.
Lisa Tessman on When Doing the Right Thing Is Impossible
Lisa Tessman's book, When Doing the Right Thing Is Impossible, was published in June. She did a series of interviews and short articles for general audience venues based on the book:
"Rocks and Hard Places." The Forum. July 2017
Interview on Consider This (radio program), July 2017
Interview on Think (NPR radio program), July 2017
Interview on Tell Me Everything with John Fuglesang (Sirius XM radio), August 2017
Interview with The Reporter Group, August 2017
"Sometimes Giving a Person a Choice is an Act of Terrible Cruelty" Aeon, August 2017
Nicole Hassoun: "Diversity in Philosophy Journals"
Nicole Hassoun published "Diversity in Philosophy Journals: Some New Data on Women in Philosophy," with Sherri Conklin and Isaac Wilhelm in Philosophical Studies (forthcoming), which relates to her work on the Data on Women in Philosophy project.
"I'm Only Human" Blog Debuts on Psychology Today
Lisa Tessman has started a blog for Psychology Today called I'm Only Human: Ethics for Real People.
Lisa Tessman on the APA Blog
Read an interview with Lisa Tessman on her Author Meets Critics session at the 2017 Central Division meetings of the American Philosophical Association here.
Eric Dietrich on New Books in Philosophy
Eric Dietrich was interviewed about Excellent Beauty: The Naturalness of Religion and the Unnaturalness of the World on the New Books in Philosophy podcast. Listen here.
Lisa Tessman on New Books in Philosophy
Lisa Tessman gave an hour-long interview on Moral Failure: on the Impossible Demands of Morality on the New Books in Philosophy podcast. Listen here.
Nicole Hassoun on NPR
Professor Nicole Hassoun developed an index ranking the world's largest pharmaceutical companies according to their impact on global diseases and presented it at the at the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) headquarters in Switzerland. | Listen