Graduate Students I Have Worked With

As
Principal Advisor
StudentInstitutionTitleCommitteeYearCurrent Position
1. Chandler HatchHarvardThe General Will:
Rousseau, Kant, and Hegel
Korsgaard
Stanczyk
Boyle
2021Ahmedabad
University, India
Tenure-Track
2. Javier CarideHarvardThe Naturalism of
Neo-Aristotelian
Normative Naturalism
Korsgaard
Berker
Rosen
2021Instructional Design
University of Missouri
3.      Douglas KremmHarvardPractical Cognitivism: An Essay on Normative Judgment and ObjectivityKorsgaard
Gibbard
Parfit
Berker
2018Deerfield Academy 
4.      James BondarchukHarvardSelf-Consciousness in Kant’s Moral PhilosophyKorsgaard
Longuenesse
Boyle
2018Instructor of Mathematics and Philosophy at Davidson Academy
5.      Aleksy Tarasenko-StrucHarvardThe Authority of Morality and the Recognition of PersonsKorsgaard
Berker
Boyle
2017Clinical Ethics Fellow
Alden March Bioethics Institute
Albany Medical College
6.      Micha GlaeserHarvardCounsel and Command: An Address-Dependent Account of AuthorityKorsgaardScanlonBerker2016Post-Position, Grounding Rights
Project, University
of Zurich
7.      Jeremy FixHarvardActing from Thought about ActionKorsgaardBoyleHallMoran2016Departmental Lecturer and Fixed Term Fellow in Philosophy at Keble College, Oxford
8.      Nataliya PalatnikHarvardKant’s Science of theMoral World and MoralObjectivityKorsgaardBoyleEngstrom2015Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
9.      Nico CornellHarvardWrongs without RightsKorsgaard
Scanlon
Kamm
Goldberg
2014Professor of Law University of Michigan Law School
10.      Patricio FernandezHarvardThe Power of a Practical ConclusionKorsgaard
Moran
Lavin   
2013Associate Professor at the University of California at Santa Barbara
11.      Paul SchofieldHarvardThe Commonwealth as Agent: Group Action, the Common Good, and the General WillKorsgaard
Scanlon
Moran
2012Associate Professor of Philosophy at Bates College
12.   Michael KesslerHarvardFreedom, Authority, and Neutrality: A Kantian Account of Political LegitimacyKorsgaard
Scanlon
Ripstein
2011Raymond Pryke Chair at Trinity College of the University of Toronto
13.   Simon RipponHarvardAn Epistemological Argument for Moral Response-DependenceKorsgaard
Scanlon
Parfit
2010Associate Professor of Philosophy at Central European University
14.   Japa PallikkathayilHarvardYour Money or Your Life: Coercion in Personal and Political Contexts   Korsgaard
Scanlon
Kolodny
2008Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh
15.   Kyla Ebels DugganHarvardGiving Reasons: Interpersonal Relationships and the Conditions of AutonomyKorsgaard
Striker
Scanlon
Barry
2007Associate Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University
16.   Sara OlackHarvardPunishment as Negative ReciprocityKorsgaard
Scanlon
Applbaum
2006Psychiatrist
Durham North Carolina
17   Louis-Philippe HodgsonHarvardThe Demands of External Freedom: Kantian Social Contract Theory and International RightKorsgaard
Scanlon
Ripstein
2006Associate Professor of Philosophy at Glendon College of York University
18.   Sharon StreetHarvardEvolution and the Nature of ReasonsKorsgaard
Scanlon
Barry
2003Professor of Philosophy at New York University
19.   Mary Clayton ColemanHarvardDecisions in Action: Reasons, Motivation, and the Connection Between Them   Korsgaard
Parfit
Dennett
2001Associate Professor of Philosophy at Illinois Wesleyan University
20.   Mihaela FistiocChicagoThe Beautiful Shape of the Good: A Reading of Kant’s Critique of Judgment in Light of Plato’s Symposium and Kant’s Thoughts on PythagorasKorsgaard
Forster
Lear
2000 
21.   David SussmanChicagoThe Idea of Humanity: Anthropology and Anthroponomy in Kant’s EthicsKorsgaard
Forster
Wood
1999Oscar R. Ewing Associate Professor of Philosophy University of Indiana
22.   Faviola Rivera-CastroHarvardKant on Virtue and JusticeKorsgaard
Scanlon
Barry
1999Professor of Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Mexico
23.   Tamar SchapiroHarvardCaring for Our Principles: Action under Nonideal ConditionsKorsgaard
Scanlon
1997Professor of Philosophy MIT
24.   William HainesHarvardHedonic Sensibility and the Construction of GoodnessKorsgaard
Scanlon 
1997Campus Coordinator, Levine School of Music
25.   Mark SheltonHarvardTraditional Virtues and Universal Interests: Pluralism in a Kantian FrameworkKorsgaard
Scanlon
1996Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Central Michigan University
26.   Rex SearsHarvardAn Essay in Philosophical Mormon TheologyKorsgaard
Goldfarb
1996Practicing law with Maschoff Brennan
27.   Susan Martinelli-Fernandez         ChicagoAutonomy and Moral EducationKorsgaard
Cohen
Davidson
1993Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy at Illinois Wesleyan University
28.   Scott KimChicagoMorality, Identity, and Happiness: An Essay on the Kantian Moral LifeKorsgaard et al.1993Senior Investigator in the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health
29.   Jacqueline TaylorChicagoDavid Hume and the Anatomy of Character   Korsgaard et al.1993Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Francisco
30.   Sherryl KuhlmanUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoCharacterizing Character: A Study in the Metaphysics of Hume’s Moral TheoryKorsgaard
Curley
Kraut
Grover
Chastain
1991Managing Director  for the Social Impact Initiative of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania
31.   Michael JonesChicagoAn Essay on Property and JusticeKorsgaard et al.1987Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor at Live Oak in Chicago
32.   Susan PurvianceUniversity of California at Santa BarbaraThe Delights of Humanity: Moral Perception, Reason, and Feeling in Frances Hutcheson’s Moral Sense TheoryKorsgaard
Stough
Hylton?
1987Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toledo
       
As Co-Director     
33.      John van IngenChicagoWhy Should I be Moral? A Study of Amoral EgoismGewirth and
Korsgaard
1989Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas
34.      Mark PestanaChicagoMoral Virtue and Mental HealthDonagan and Korsgaard1896Professor of Philosophy at Grand Valley State University
           
As NthReader      
35Noel DominguezHarvardResponsibility for
Implicitly-Biased Actions: A Strawsonian Approach
Scanlon
Berker
Korsgaard
2022
36.Rachel AchsHarvardSelf-Righteous
Sentiment: On Blame and its Norms
Berker
Scanlon
Korsgaard
2021Assistant Professor
University of California at Santa Cruz
37.      Paul JulianHarvardObjectivity and Intersubjectivity in Moral PhilosophyBerker
Moran
Korsgaard
2017Blue Ridge Partners  Consulting
38.      Oded Na’amanHarvardLoving, Valuing, Regretting, and Being OneselfScanlon
Berker
Moran
Korsgaard
2015Assistant Professor of Philosophy Hebrew University
39.      David LangloisHarvardThe Normativity of Structural RationalityScanlon
Berker
Korsgaard
2014Clinical Ethics, Center for Clinical Ethics, Toronto
40.      Michael KenneallyHarvardIntellectual Property Rights and Institutions: A Pluralist AccountScanlon
Korsgaard
Lavin
H. Smith
2014Practicing law with Practicing Law at Morgan Lewis
41.      Jiewuh SongHarvardGlobal Institutions and Relations among Non-co-citizensScanlon
Korsgaard
Shelby
2013Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Seoul NationalUniversity
42.      Changwon SungHarvardMorality and Other Values: A Contractualist PerspectiveScanlon
Korsgaard
Lavin
2010Associate Professor of Philosophy at Korea University
43.      Drew (Scott) SchroederHarvardDivorcing the Good and the RightScanlon
Berker
Korsgaard
2009Associate Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College
44.      Paul KatsafanasHarvardPractical Reason and the Structure of Reflective AgencyMoran
Korsgaard
Lavin
Register
2008Professor of Philosophy at Boston University
45.      Patrick ShinHarvardA Conception of Equal TreatmentScanlon
Korsgaard
Fallon
2007Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at Suffolk University
46.   Hungsang ChunHarvardWish, Deliberation, and Action: A Study of Aristotle’s Moral PsychologyStriker
Woolf
Korsgaard
2004Professor of Philosophy at Sogang University
47.   Brent KalarHarvardKant’s Aesthetic Imperatives: Sources of Normativity in the Critique of JudgmentMoran
Cavell
Korsgaard
2003Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Mexico
48.   Luca FerreroHarvardMaking up One’s Self: Agency, Commitments, and IdentityMoran
Korsgaard
Pryor
2002Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Riverside
49.   Aaron JamesHarvardThe Objectivity of Practical ReasonsScanlon
Korsgaard
Pryor
2001Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Irvine
50.   Sophia Reibetanz MoreauHarvardCharacter, Freedom, and Practical ReasonScanlon
Parfit
Korsgaard
2000Professor of Philosophy and Law at the University of Toronto
51.   Pamela HieronymiHarvardVirtue and Its ImitationScanlon
Moran
Korsgaard
2000Professor of Philosophy at UCLA
52.   Angela SmithHarvardAttitudes, Agency, and ResponsibilityScanlon
Moran
Korsgaard
1999Roger Mudd Professor of Ethics and Professor of Philosophy at Washington and Lee University
53.   Agnieszka JaworskaHarvardRescuing Oblomov: A Search for Convincing Justifications of ValueScanlon
Parfit
Korsgaard
1997Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Riverside
54.   Talbott BrewerHarvardCharacter, Desire, and Moral CommitmentScanlon
Korsgaard
19997Professor of Philosophy at the University of Virginia
55.   Tony LadenHarvardConstructing Shared Wills: Deliberative Liberalism and the Politics of IdentitySen
Korsgaard
Neuhouser
1996Professor of Philosophy University of Illinois at Chicago
56.   Erin KellyHarvardReasons, Motives, and Moral Justification: A Study of Moral ConstructivismRawls
Scanlon
Korsgaard
1995Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University
57.   Kurt MosserChicagoKant and EpistemologyThompson
Forster
Korsgaard
1990Associate Professor at the University of Dayton
58.   Grant CornwellChicagoThe Inseparability of Rights and Virtues in Ethical TheoryDonagan?Gewirth
Korsgaard
1989President of Rollins College
59..   Stephen EngstromChicagoThe Principle of Sufficient Reason in Kant’s Practical and Theoretical PhilosophyThompson
Donagan
Korsgaard
1986Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh
60.   Sally SedgwickChicagoFormalism in Kant’s EthicsThompson
Donagan?
Korsgaard
1985Professor of Philosophy Boston University
61.   Mark StrasserChicagoJohn Stuart Mill and the Protection of Individual RightsDonagan ?
Korsgaard
1984Trustees Professor of Law at Capital University Law School
62.   Charlotte BrownYaleMoral Theory and the PassionsFrankfurt
Marcus
Korsgaard
1983Emeritus Professor at Illinois Wesleyan University
       
Ongoing Committees Either as Principle Advisor or Nth Reader      
1.      Sam DishawHarvard Berker
Rinard
Korsgaard
  
2.      Caitlin FitchettHarvard Korsgaard
Berker
  
3      Rachel GoodyerHarvard Korsgaard
Moran
Schouten