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Eric Brown
Ph.D. Candidate
504-865-5347
Newcomb 107

Education

M.A. in Philosophy, University of Georgia, 2013
B.A. in Philosophy, University of Colorado at Denver, 2009
B.A. in Communications, University of Colorado at Denver 2009

Biography

Academic Interests:

  • Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy

Publications:

  • Blame: Strangers and the Moral Relationship. Analysis 77:1, 2017.
  • Control, Risk, and the Role of Luck in Moral Responsibility. Philosophy and the Contemporary World 18:2, Fall 2011.

Presentations:

  • Hypocritical Blame and the Question of Standing. 10th Annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, 2017.
  • Strangers in the Night: Scanlon's Moral Relationship. 3rd Annual OZSW Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2015.
  • Strangers in the Night: Scanlon's Moral Relationship. 69th Annual Meeting of the Mountain-Plains Philosophy Conference, Kansas City, MO, 2015.
  • Equality as Transitory Teleology. 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World, Estes Park, Colorado, 2013.
  • The Will, to Will: Understanding Hannah Arendt. 38th Conference on Value Inquiry, Salem State University, 2012.
  • The Role of Luck in Moral Responsibility. 18th Annual Conference of the Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World, Oregon State University, 2011.