Chair and Professor of Philosophy, University of Connecticut
Heather works primarily on Virtue Epistemology and Virtue Ethics. She is currently writing a book on Virtue (Polity Press).
Professor of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University
Robert's current research concerns Democracy, Liberalism, Pluralism, Public Reason. His other research areas include contemporary political philosophy, pragmatism, and ethics.
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University
Jason works at the intersection of virtue theory and epistemology, especially “virtue epistemology,” an approach to the philosophical study of knowledge that focuses on intellectual virtues like curiosity, open-mindedness, intellectual humility, intellectual courage, and intellectual tenacity.
Professor of Psychology, Yale University
Paul's research explores how children and adults understand the physical and social world, with special focus on morality, religion, fiction, and art.
Professor of Sociology, Rice University
Over the next several years, Elaine’s research will explore how scientists in several national and regional contexts understand religion, ethics, and gender.
Professor of Philosophy and Chair of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics, Oklahoma University
Linda's current project is a book on Exemplarist Virtue Theory, a form of virtue ethics based on direct reference to moral exemplars. Her other research areas include virtue epistemology and virtue ethics, philosophy of religion and philosophical theology, epistemology, and the metaphysics of fatalism.