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Tal Brewer
Tal Brewer (Associate Professor, Ph.D., Harvard) joined the faculty in 1997. His research interests include ethics and political philosophy; Kant and Kantian ethics, Aristotelian virtue theory, moral conflict and moral integrity, theories of the emotions, theories of justice, and theories of political obligation.


"Three Dogmas of Desire," Timothy Chappell, ed., Values and Virtues (forthcoming, Oxford University Press)

"Virtues We Can Share: A Reading of Aristotle's Ethics, Ethics, vol. 115 (2005)

"Máximas y Virtudes," Anuario Filosófico, supplemental volume (2005)

"The Real Problem with Internalism about Reasons," Canadian Journal of Philosophy, vol. 42 (2003)

"Two Kinds of Commitment (and Two Kinds of Social Groups)," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, vol. 66 (2003)

"Savoring Time, Desire, Pleasure and Wholehearted Activity," Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, vol. 6, 2003

"Maxims and Virtues," The Philosophical Review, vol. 111 (October 2002) 539-72

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