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  • Aaron Schultz published in Asian Philosophy "Vasubandhu, reactive attitudes, and attentional freedom" | read more
  • Robert Patrick Whelan published in Springer "Realizing Freedom as Non-domination: Political Obligation in Kant's Doctrine of Right" | read more
  • Anthony Preus's translation of Pierre Pellegrin's book on Aristotle's Politics has come out at SUNY Press
    "Endangered Excellence: On the Political Philosophy of Aristotle" | learn more
  • Charles Goodman and Aaron Schultz  jointly published a translation in the Journal of Indian Philosophy
    "A Translation of a Major Part of Prajñākaramati’s Canonical Commentary on the Perfection of Patient Endurance Chapter of Śāntideva’s Bodhicaryāvatāra." | learn more

  • Nicole Hassoun published an article in Oxford University Press blog
    "How Protecting Human Rights Can Help Us Increase Our Global Health Impact"| read more
  • Nicole Hassoun published an article in The Conversation
    "Philosophy and Psychology Agree - Yelling at People Who Aren't Wearing Masks Won't Work"| read more
  • Nicole Hassoun published an article in Psyche
    "What Is a Minimally Good Life and Are You Prepared To Live It?"| read more
  • Nicole Hassoun was interviewed on The Conversation    
    Nicole Hassoun was interviewed on the The Conversation and talks about who should get a COVID-19 vaccine first. | Listen here
  • Nicole Hassoun shares her opinion on The Hill
    Jonathan Mann's human rights blueprint for global health must guide COVID-19 response | read more
  • Nicole Hassoun on Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines
    Nicole Hassoun's book, Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines, was published in July. 

  • Nicole Hassoun shared some highlights from her book,
    "Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines" | read more

  • Robert Patrick Whelan published in the Journal of Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
    "The Costs and Benefits of Prosecution: A Contractualist Justification of Amnesty" by Robert Patrick Whelan | read more

  • Nicole Hassoun published an article in The Conversation
    "How Can We Get Pharma Companies To Do More for Global Health? Try Ranking Them" | read more

  • Nicole Hassoun shared some thoughts on COVID-19 during an interview with Fox 40 News,
    "How Businesses Should Consider Employee Health When Returning to Work." | Listen here

  • Jenn Dum published in Journal of Philosophy of Education
    “Relational Goods and Educational Justice" by Jenn Dum | read more

  • Huseyin Kuyumcuoglu published in Journal of Business Ethics

  • "Sweatshops, Harm, and Interference: A Contractualist Approach" by Huseyin Kuyumcuoglu | read more

  • Lisa Tessman published in Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy
    "Moral Distress in Health Care: When is it Fitting?" by Lisa Tessman  | read more

  • Mattias Iser published in Justification and Emancipation. The Critical Theory of Rainer Forst
    "Objectionable Objections. On Toleration, Respect, and Esteem," by Mattias Iser | read more

  • Lisa Tessman speaks at SUNY Oswego
    Lisa Tessman gave this year’s Warren Steinkraus Lecture "Setting Ourselves Up for Moral Failure" | read more

  • Tony Reeves published in Ratio Juris
    "Impunity and Hope," by Tony Reeves  | read more