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William Glod
  • Graduate Fellow 2004-2005
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Biography

William Glod received his B.A. (cum laude) in philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999. He received his doctorate from the Tulane Department of Philosophy at Tulane in 2008, writing his dissertation, “Liberalism’s Case against Legal Paternalism and in Defense of Actual Consent” under the direction of Professor Eric Mack.

Dr. Glod’s research interests lie in virtue ethics and political philosophy, particularly classical liberalism. He is currently Managing Editor of PPE, and a Lecturer in Philosophy at Tulane.

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