I'm very pleased to introduce Julia Driver, this month's Featured Philosopher. Julia's work should be no stranger to anyone reading PEASoup. She's written pathbreaking work on consequentialism, including its relationship to the virtues, and on a number of other important topics in ethics and its history. Julia joins us today for the first of two posts, the second to go live next week. Please join me in welcoming Julia!
I'm very pleased to welcome Connie Rosati to the Soup in our series of featured philosophers. Connie is Associate Professor at the University of Arizona, and has done a lot of very interesting and original work, much of which she very helpfully summarizes below. Without further ado, then, let's welcome Connie!
Very happy to have Sharon Street joining us at PEA Soup for a stint in the Featured Philosophers chair! Sharon is Associate Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Philosophy at NYU. She provides a very helpful introduction to her work below the fold. Please join me in welcoming Sharon!
I'm very pleased to welcome Elizabeth Anderson to PEA Soup for a round of featured philosophizing. Liz is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and John Rawls Collegiate Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, and is an extremely exciting figure in political philosophy and ethics more generally. We're very happy to have her here! Her post is below the fold.
Hi all! It's a great pleasure to welcome Sally Haslanger to the Soup for a stint as Featured Philosopher. As Sally does a great job summarizing some of her recent work below, I'm going to lay off here. Suffice it to say, we're all very excited, and looking forward to a lively discussion!
I'm pleased to introduce the next Featured Philosopher: David Enoch! We're all very excited that David agreed to participate. I'm going to let him talk for himself after the jump, so without further ado, please welcome David!
It's very exciting for all of us at the Soup, and a true honor for me, to introduce T.M. Scanlon as this week's featured philosopher. Tim certainly needs no introduction to the PEA Soup crowd, as his work in moral philosophy has been truly agenda-setting. Therefore, I think I'll simply get out of the way, and let his post---which begins below the fold---speak for itself. Without further ado, then, please welcome T.M. Scanlon!