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The APA Central Division is conducting its 2018 elections electronically. This page includes the information about candidates traditionally printed on paper ballots in the past.

This year, the division will elect a vice president, a representative to the board of officers, a member at large of the executive committee, and four members of the nominating committee. The candidates for election were given the opportunity to submit candidate statements, photos, and other ballot information. All information submitted by the candidates appears below, listed in alphabetical order by the candidates' last names. See the Central Division Bylaws for terms of office and responsibilities of each position. When you have reviewed the information about the candidates, go to the ballot to vote.

You may also suggest candidates for future divisional elections.

Candidates for Election in the Central Division
Vice President Divisional Rep Member at Large
Julia Driver
Michael Rea
Russ Shafer-Landau
 Gwen Bradford
Lisa H. Schwartzman
Mark van Roojen
Matthew McGrath
Andrew P. Mills
Shannon Spaulding
Nominating Committee
Juan J. Colomina
Sinan Dogramaci
Dale Dorsey
Kenny Easwaran
Peter Hanks
Tristram McPherson
Helga Varden
Eric Wiland

 

Election 1: Vice President, 2018–2019

The 2018–2019 vice president is also the president-elect for 2019–2020. The person elected will serve on the Central Division executive committee and on the board of officers for a three-year term (2018–2021).

Vote by ranking the three candidates in order from first preference to last preference, using the online ballot. Ballots will be counted by single transferable vote.

Julia Driver
Julia Driver
Photo Credit: Seth Lazar

Vice President Candidate: Julia Driver (Washington University in St. Louis)

Candidate Statement

I strongly believe in the APA's mission to support philosophy and philosophers. We are in a challenging climate for academia. We need a strong professional organization to stand up for our profession, as well as the support the mission of higher education. The APA has made enormous progress recently in creating a friendlier professional climate, in supporting initiatives that broaden the appeal of philosophy, and in promoting career development resources for younger members of the profession. It would be a privilege to serve.

Degree Information

PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1990

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis, 2008–present
  • Professor of Philosophy, Dartmouth College, 2003–2008, (Associate Professor, 1999–2003)
  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, Brooklyn College (CUNY), 1994–1999 (Assistant Professor, 1990–1994)

Professional Offices

  • Divisional Representative to the Board of Officers, APA Central Division, 2009–2012
  • Member, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2015
  • Associate Editor, Ethics, 2011–present

Representative Major Publications

  • Uneasy Virtue (Cambridge University Press, 2001)
  • "Wronging, Blame, and Forgiveness," Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility, edited by David Shoemaker (Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • "Autonomy and the Asymmetry Problem for Moral Expertise," Philosophical Studies 128:3 (2006)

Website

Julia Driver’s Website

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Michael Rea
Michael Rea

Vice President Candidate: Michael Rea (University of Notre Dame)

Candidate Statement

I am grateful to be nominated for the position of Vice President of the Central Division of the APA. I have chaired the Central Division Program Committee and served on the Central Division Nominating Committee and the APA Committee on the Status of Women. It would be an honor to serve in this position as well.

Degree Information

PhD, University of Notre Dame, 1996

Academic Appointments

  • John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 2017–present (Professor, 2008–2016; Associate Professor, 2001–2008)
  • Professorial Fellow, Logos Institute, University of St. Andrews, 2016–present
  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Delaware, 2000–2001 (Assistant Professor, 1996–2000)

Professional Offices

  • President, Society of Christian Philosophers, 2013–2016
  • Member, APA Committee on the Status of Women, 2016–present
  • Chair, Central Division APA Program Committee, 2005–2006

Representative Major Publications

  • The Hiddenness of God (Oxford University Press, 2018)
  • "Time Travelers Are Not Free," Journal of Philosophy 112 (2015)
  • “Presentism and Fatalism,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 84 (2006)

Website

Michael Rea’s Website

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Russ Shafer-Landau
Russ Shafer-Landau
Photo Credit: Sarah Morton

Vice President Candidate: Russ Shafer-Landau (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Candidate Statement

I'm deeply honored to have been nominated for this position. I've been extremely impressed with the professionalization of the APA over the past few years and would be delighted to share in the efforts needed to sustain this upward trajectory.

Degree Information

PhD, University of Arizona, 1992

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 2017–present and 2002–2015
  • Director of the Parr Center for Ethics and Professor of Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2015–2017
  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Kansas, 1997–2002 (Assistant Professor, 1992-1997)

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Central Division Executive Committee, 2008–2011
  • Founding Organizer, Madison Metaethics Workshop, 2004–present
  • Chair, University of Wisconsin–Madison Philosophy Department, 2010–2015

Representative Major Publications

  • The Fundamentals of Ethics (Oxford University Press, 2012)
  • Whatever Happened to Good and Evil? (Oxford University Press, 2004)
  • Moral Realism: A Defence (Oxford University Press, 2003)

Website

Russ Shafer-Landau’s Website

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Election 2: Representative to the Board of Officers, 2018–2021

The person elected will serve on the Central Division executive committee and on the board of officers for a three-year term.

Vote by ranking the three candidates in order from first preference to last preference, using the online ballotBallots will be counted by single transferable vote.

Gwen Bradford
Gwen Bradford

Representative Candidate: Gwen Bradford (Rice University)

Candidate Statement

In recent years we have seen a new, dynamic APA, responsive to the interests and needs of today’s philosophers. Like many of you, I have benefited immensely from the APA’s many resources and opportunities, and I am eager to contribute my service to its continued activity. I support the core mission of the APA, namely, to promote the discipline and profession of philosophy and foster a greater understanding of philosophical inquiry. The APA is primarily for the good of philosophy, and I seek to further that good, as I hope we all do. As Central Division Representative, I look forward to ensuring that the ideas, interests, and critical observations of members of the Central Division are fairly and accurately represented.

Degree Information

PhD, Yale University, 2010

Academic Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, Rice University, 2017–present (Assistant Professor, 2010–2017)

Professional Offices

  • Faculty Senator, Rice University, 2014–present
  • Area Editor, Philpapers.org

Representative Major Publications

  • Achievement (Oxford University Press, 2015)
  • "Problems for Perfectionism," Utilitas 29:3 (2017)
  • "Knowledge, Achievement, and Manifestation," Erkenntnis 80:1 (2015)

Website

Gwen Bradford’s Website

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Lisa H. Schwartzman
Lisa H. Schwartzman

Representative Candidate: Lisa H. Schwartzman (Michigan State University)

Candidate Statement

My research and teaching interests are in feminist social and political philosophy, and I am committed to bringing philosophical analyses to bear on pressing social problems. As the Graduate Director and Associate Chair of my department, I have been a committed mentor and advocate for graduate students. I am eager to become more involved in the APA as it strives to transform philosophy into a discipline that is more welcoming and inclusive.

Degree Information

PhD, Stony Brook University, 2000

Academic Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, 2006–present
  • Visiting Humphrey Chair of Feminist Philosophy, University of Waterloo (Ontario), 2010
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, 2000–2006

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Committee on the Status of Women, 2008–2011
  • Co-Chair, Central Division of the North American Society for Social Philosophy, 2005–2010
  • Chair, Association of Feminist Ethics and Social Theory Steering Committee, 2012–2014

Representative Major Publications

  • Challenging Liberalism: Feminism as Political Critique (Penn State University Press, 2006)
  • “Intuition, Thought Experiments, and Philosophical Method: Feminism and Experimental Philosophy,” Journal of Social Philosophy 43:3 (2012)
  • “Action Guidance, Oppression, and Nonideal Theory,” Feminist Philosophy Quarterly 2:1 (2016)

Website

Lisa H. Schwartzman’s Website

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Mark van Roojen
Mark van Roojen

Representative Candidate: Mark van Roojen (University of Nebraska – Lincoln)

Candidate Statement

I would be happy to serve as APA Central Division Representative and help the organization figure out how to respond to a difficult and puzzling time for philosophy and for the academy. Part of that will involve listening to all constituencies about their needs and difficulties in the profession. And part of that will involve strategizing about how to respond to systemic changes in our institutional environment. There is a lot of good and interesting philosophical work being done, and it is important to provide the institutional support to keep it going. Yet it all feels a bit precarious institutionally speaking, at least in many parts of the country. The APA has an important role to play in protecting the field and increasing opportunities for people working in it. I expect to have to learn a lot to do the job well.

Degree Information

PhD, Princeton University, 1993
MA, Princeton University, 1988
BA, Reed College, 1981

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2006–present (Associate Professor, 1999–2006; Assistant Professor, 1991–1999)
  • Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Fellow, the University Center for Human Values, Princeton University, 2017–2018
  • Visiting Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona, 2000

Professional Offices

  • Book Review Editor, Ethics, 2013–present
  • Member, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2015–2016
  • Chair, University of Nebraska – Lincoln Philosophy Department Graduate Committee, 2003–2017

Representative Major Publications

  • Metaethics: A Contemporary Introduction (Routledge, 2015)
  • "Moral Rationalism and Rational Amoralism," Ethics 120:3 (2010)
  • "Expressivism and Irrationality," Philosophical Review 105:3 (1996)

Website

Mark van Roojen’s Website

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Election 3: Member at Large of the Executive Committee, 2018–2021

The person elected will serve on the Central Division executive committee for a three-year term.

Vote by ranking the three candidates in order from first preference to last preference, using the online ballot. Ballots will be counted by single transferable vote.

Executive Committee Candidate: Matthew McGrath (University of Missouri)

Candidate Statement

I would be honored to serve as a Member at Large of the Executive Committee of the Central Division. I would like to help the Central APA think about ways to create more interest in its conferences among philosophers, students, and the general public.

Degree Information

PhD, Brown University, 1998

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University, beginning fall 2018
  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Missouri, 2011–present (Associate Professor 2004–2011, Assistant Professor 2002–2004)
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University, 1999–2002

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2013–2014
  • Member, APA Central Division Nominating Committee, 2013–2014
  • Associate Editor, Episteme, 2012–2016

Representative Major Publications

  • “Knowing What Things Look Like,” Philosophical Review 126:1 (2017)
  • Knowledge in an Uncertain World (Oxford University Press, 2009), with Jeremy Fantl
  • “Evidence, Pragmatics, and Justification,” Philosophical Review 111:1 (2002), with Jeremy Fantl

Website

Matthew McGrath’s Website

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Andrew P. Mills
Andrew P. Mills
Photo Credit: Claudia Retter

Executive Committee Candidate: Andrew P. Mills (Otterbein University)

Candidate Statement

I have been a member of the APA since graduate school, and am very interested in working on ways the APA can support the work of academic philosophers. In particular, I am interested in ways the APA can support the work of academic philosophers beyond providing a forum for the dissemination of their research. There are other dimensions to our professional lives--we are teachers, colleagues, members of university communities, public advocates for philosophy, mentors, department chairs, members of university committees, and so on--and I think it would be wonderful if the APA could increase the amount of support it offers for those dimensions of our professional lives. I have served for years as a board member and officer of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers, and I believe that my experience in that organization might be of use to the APA were it to increase the number of opportunities for professional development in these areas.

Degree Information

PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, Otterbein University, 2011–present (Associate Professor, 2004–2011; Assistant Professor, 1999–2004)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, The College of William and Mary, 1998–1999
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Concordia University (Montreal, QC), 1997–1998

Professional Offices

  • President, American Association of Philosophy Teachers, 2017–2019 (Vice President, 2015–2017)
  • President, Ohio Philosophical Association, 2013–2015 (Vice President, 2011–2013; Treasurer, 2009–2011)
  • Director, Otterbein University Integrative Studies Program, 2015–present

Representative Major Publications

  • Philosophers in the Classroom (Hackett, forthcoming 2018), co-edited with Steven Cahn and Alexandra Bradner
  • “Patriotism, House Loyalty, and the Obligations of Belonging” in The Ultimate Harry Potter and Philosophy: Hogwarts for Muggles, edited by Gregory Bassham (Basil Blackwell Press, 2010)
  • “Deflationism and the Disquotational Schema: Letting the Air Out of Wright’s Argument against Minimal Truth,” Philosophical Papers 29 (2000)

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Shannon Spaulding
Shannon Spaulding

Executive Committee Candidate: Shannon Spaulding (Oklahoma State University)

Degree Information

PhD, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 2011

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Oklahoma State University, 2012–present
  • James S. McDonnell Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology Program, Washington University in St. Louis, 2011–2012

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Committee on Lecture, Publications, and Research, 2016–2019
  • Council Member, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 2014–2017

Representative Major Publications

  • “Do You See What I See? How Social Differences Influence Mindreading,” Synthese (forthcoming)
  • “Imagination, Desire, and Rationality,” Journal of Philosophy 112:9 (2015)
  • “Mirror Neurons and Social Cognition,” Mind & Language 28:2 (2013)

Website

Shannon Spaulding’s Website

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Election 4: Nominating Committee for 2019

Four candidates will be elected. All those elected will serve a one-year term on the nominating committee, nominating candidates for the 2019 divisional elections.

Vote for up to four candidates, without rank order, using the online ballot. The candidates receiving the highest four numbers of votes will be elected. Ballots including votes for more than four candidates will be discarded.

Juan J. Colomina
Juan J. Colomina

Nominating Committee Candidate: Juan J. Colomina (The University of Texas at Austin)

Candidate Statement

Working at the intersection of philosophy and linguistics, my main research interest has always been to better understand the relation between language and thought, specifically criticizing propositionalism as the only representational option for interpreting linguistic and mental content. As an ethnic and linguistic minority, I understand the struggles for visibility and inclusion regarding power differentials in education and academia more broadly. My role as teacher and scholar is a social responsibility I acquired by having the privilege of being an educated citizen, and my contribution is to serve and help others understand the many constraints different structures of power develop and maintain, especially regarding first-generation students, women in the profession, and students from historically underrepresented populations.

Degree Information

PhD, Universidad de La Laguna (Spain), 2009

Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, 2013–present
  • Lecturer, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012–2013
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow (Spanish Ministry of Science and Education), The University of Texas at Austin, 2010–2012

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Committee on Hispanics, 2016–present
  • Elected Member, The University of Texas at Austin's Faculty Council, 2016–present
  • Appointed Member, The University of Texas at Austin's College of Liberal Arts Mellon Mays Diversity Post-Doctoral Committee, 2016–present

Representative Major Publications

  • Formal Approach to the Metaphysics of Perspectives (Synthese Library series, Springer, 2018)
  • "Pragmatic Presupposition and Unarticulated Constituents," Lingua (2018)
  • "Points of View Beyond Models," Foundations of Science 19:2 (2014), with F. Charro

Website

Juan J. Colomina’s Website

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Nominating Committee Candidate: Sinan Dogramaci (The University of Texas at Austin)

Degree Information

PhD, New York University, 2009

Academic Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, The University of Texas at Austin, 2016–present

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2016–2017

Representative Major Publications

  • "Reverse Engineering Epistemic Evaluations," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 84:3 (2012)
  • "Communist Conventions for Deductive Reasoning," Noûs 49:4 (2015)
  • "Rational Credence Through Reasoning," Philosophers' Imprint (forthcoming)

Website

Sinan Dogramaci’s Website

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Nominating Committee Candidate: Dale Dorsey (University of Kansas)

Degree Information

PhD, University of California, San Diego, 2007

Academic Appointments

  • Chair of Philosophy, University of Kansas, 2017–present (Professor, 2015–present)

Representative Major Publications

  • The Limits of Moral Authority (Oxford University Press, 2016)
  • "The Significance of a Life's Shape," Ethics 125 (2015)
  • "Idealization and the Heart of Subjectivism," Noûs (forthcoming)

Website

Dale Dorsey’s Website

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Kenny Easwaran
Kenny Easwaran

Nominating Committee Candidate: Kenny Easwaran (Texas A&M University)

Candidate Statement

As a member of the APA that has benefitted in many ways from the annual meetings, and the existence of the organization, I would be glad to be able to help the organization continue to function. The purpose of the nominating committee is to nominate members of the division for elections to the various offices. Thus, we should make sure that this committee includes a selection of members that are familiar with individuals from many different subfields of philosophy and different institutions within the Central Division. From my website you can get a sense of what subfields I am familiar with, and what institutions I have visited.

Degree Information

PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2008

Academic Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University, 2014–present
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern California, 2008–2014
  • Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Australian National University, 2008–2010

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Committee on the Status of LGBTQ People in the Profession, 2014–present
  • Director of Graduate Studies, Texas A&M University, 2017–present
  • Associate Editor, Episteme, 2014–present

Representative Major Publications

  • "Updating on the Credences of Others: Disagreement, Agreement, and Synergy," Philosophers' Imprint 16:11 (2016), with Luke Fenton-Glynn, Chris Hitchcock, and Joel Velasco
  • "Rebutting and Undercutting in Mathematics," Philosophical Perspectives 29:1 (2015)
  • "Decision Theory without Representation Theorems," Philosophers’ Imprint 14:27 (2014)

Website

Kenny Easwaran’s Website

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Nominating Committee Candidate: Peter Hanks (University of Minnesota)

Degree Information

PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2002

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, 2016–present (Associate Professor, 2008–2016; Assistant Professor 2003–2008)

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2016–2017

Representative Major Publications

  • Propositional Content (Oxford University Press, 2015)
  • "Structured Propositions as Types," Mind 120 (2011)
  • "How Wittgenstein Defeated Russell's Multiple Relation Theory of Judgment," Synthese 154 (2007)

Website

Peter Hanks’s Website

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Tristram McPherson
Tristram McPherson

Nominating Committee Candidate: Tristram McPherson (Ohio State)

Degree Information

PhD, Princeton University, 2008

Academic Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy, Ohio State, 2015–present
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Virginia Tech, 2011–2015
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota Duluth, 2008–2011

Professional Offices

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Moral Philosophy, 2015–present
  • Executive Editor (similar to Associate Editor), Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 2016–present

Representative Major Publications

  • The Routledge Handbook of Metaethics (Routledge, 2019), co-edited with David Plunkett
  • "What is at Stake in Debates among Normative Realists?" Noûs 49:1 (2015)
  • "Ethical Non-naturalism and the Metaphysics of Supervenience," in Oxford Studies in Metaethics 7, edited by Russ Shafer-Landau (Oxford University Press, 2012)

Website

Tristram McPherson’s Website

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Helga Varden
Helga Varden

Nominating Committee Candidate: Helga Varden (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Candidate Statement

I greatly value our profession’s commitment to facilitating excellent, engaged, and fruitful philosophical interaction and its current efforts to make it more diverse. I have been fortunate to benefit from others’ work in both regards, and have enjoyed the opportunity to join in such work since entering the profession in 2006. Since then, I have been involved in a wide variety of philosophical organizations. My involvement comprises leadership roles, hosting and organizing conferences, serving on and chairing program and prize committees, including several times for the APA. Throughout my career, I have also made it a priority to participate in a wide range of conference types, in the US and abroad. As a result of these professional experiences, I have gotten to know a cross-section of APA members from different backgrounds, stages of career, institutions, and sub-disciplines. These interactions have exposed me to a significant variety of perspectives and concerns among APA members. They have also given me a sense of how to work within an organization to address member concerns. I would be honored to serve on Central APA Nominating Committee.

Degree Information

PhD, University of Toronto, 2006

Academic Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy and Gender and Women's Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2012–present (Assistant Professor 2006–2012; Gender and Women's Studies 2008–present)
  • Visiting Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Chicago, 2016
  • Brady Distinguished Visiting Professor in Ethics and Civic Life, Northwestern University, 2014–2015

Professional Offices

  • Co-President, Society for The Philosophy of Sex and Love, 2008–present
  • Chair, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2015–2017
  • Vice President, North American Kant Society, 2014–2017

Representative Major Publications

  • "Kant and Women," Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 98:4 (2017)
  • "The Lockean 'Enough-and-as-Good' Proviso—an Internal Critique," Journal of Moral Philosophy 9 (2012).
  • "Kant and Lying to the Murderer at the Door… One more Time: Kant's Legal Philosophy and Lies to Murderers and Nazis," Journal of Social Philosophy, 41:4 (2010)

Website

Helga Varden’s Website

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Eric Wiland
Eric Wiland

Nominating Committee Candidate: Eric Wiland (University of Missouri–St. Louis)

Candidate Statement

I am eager to brainstorm with others about ways the APA can address pressing needs of the profession and of people working in philosophy, needs many of which are new. We ought to balance tradition with creativity. We ought to think better about how philosophy fits into civil society. We ought to think about how to structure our annual meetings to foster a greater sense of solidarity. And we ought to make philosophy a place where everyone is treated humanely and with respect, to the extent that we can. As a member of the Nominating Committee, I would nominate those who share these concerns.

Degree Information

PhD, University of Chicago, 1997

Academic Appointments

  • Professor of Philosophy, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2018–present (Associate Professor, 2006–2018; Assistant Professor, 2000–2006)

Professional Offices

  • Member, APA Central Division Program Committee, 2014
  • Faculty Senator, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2002–2005
  • Founder and Principal Organizer, St. Louis Annual Conference on Reasons & Rationality, 2009–2018

Representative Major Publications

  • Reasons (Continuum Press, 2012)
  • "How Indirect can Indirect Utilitarianism Be?" Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 74 (2007)
  • "Psychologism, Practical Reason, and the Possibility of Error," Philosophical Quarterly 53 (2003)

Website

Eric Wiland’s Website

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