CEPA Faculty Fellows, 2012-2013
The Murphy Institute’s Center for Ethics and Public Affairs welcomes our tenth class of Faculty Fellows.
These visiting colleagues will spend an academic year at the Murphy Institute’s Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at Tulane University, devoting most of their time to their own research projects which focus on ethics and public affairs. The Faculty Fellows will also participate in the Center for Ethics and Public Affairs Faculty Seminar along with invited Tulane faculty and graduate students.
Professor of Philosophy, University of Bern
Professor Betzler will spend her fellowship year researching and writing a book on “The Normative Significance of Personal Projects.”
Mary Clayton Coleman
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Illinois Wesleyan University
Professor Coleman will spend her time at the Center working on her book, “How to Act” which explores the relationship between “what action is, and what we ought to do.”
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Kansas
Professor Dorsey will devote his fellowship year to working on his research project on “The Limits of Moral Authority.”
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