Paul Hurley, Ph.D.

Areas of Expertise

Human Rights, Absolutism V. Relativism, Ethics and Moral Issues, Political Philosophy, Property Rights

Selected Research and Publications

  • Book: BEYOND CONSEQUENTIALISM, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, hbk 2009, pbk 2011) Selected Recent Journal Articles: "Whose Problem is Non-Identity?" with Rivka Weinberg, The Journal of Moral Philosophy (forthcoming, 2013) "Consequentializing and Deontologizing: Clogging the Consequentialist Vacuum," Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics (forthcoming, 2013) "Desire, Judgment, and Reason: Exploring the Path Not Taken," The Journal of Ethics, Volume 11, Number 4 December (2007), pp. 437-463. "Does Consequentialism Make Too Many Demands, or None at All?", Ethics, Volume 116, Number 4, July (2006), pp. 680-706. "Fairness and Beneficence," Ethics, Volume 113, No. 4, July (2003), pp. 841-864.

Selected Awards and Affiliations

  • Roy P. Crocker Award for Merit, CMC, 2011 Three time recipient, Wig Distinguished Teaching Award, Pomona College 2005, 1999, 1992 Apple for the Teacher Award, University of Pit

Paul Hurley, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy

Education: Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh 1988 Dissertation: "The Practical Given" (advisor, Kurt Baier; 2nd reader, David Gauthier) M.A. in Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh 1986 B.A. in Philosophy with honors, University of Notre Dame 1982
Department: Philosophy
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