Contact

Department of Philosophy
314 Moses Hall #2390
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-2390
Email: kolodny@berkeley.edu
Phone (Skype): (510) 984-3533

Positions

University of California, Berkeley
Professor of Philosophy, from Fall 2013
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Fall 2009–Spring 2013
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Fall 2005–Spring 2009
Harvard University
Assistant Professor, Fall 2003–Spring 2005

Other Professional Affiliations

Philosophy and Public Affairs
Associate Editor, since Fall 2010
Philosopher's Annual
Member, Nominating Board, since 2016
Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy
Member, Board of Advisors, since 2016
New York Institute of Philosophy
Member, Project on New Directions in Political Philosophy, led by Samuel Scheffler, Fall 2010–Spring 2013
Princeton University
Member, Young Ethicists Network, led by Michael Smith, Liz Harman, and Sarah McGrath, Spring 2012–Fall 2013
Australian National University, Research School of Social Sciences
Harsanyi Fellow, Summer 2013
Australian National University, Research School of Social Sciences
Research Associate, Summer 2004
Funded by an Australian Research Council grant awarded to Michael Smith for the project, "Reasons and Rationality"

Education

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, Philosophy, 2003

M.A., University of Oxford, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (papers in Philosophy and Economics), First Class, 1996

B.A., Williams College, Philosophy, 1994

Edited Books

  1. The Possibility of Philosophical Understanding: Essays for Barry Stroud, co-edited with Jason Bridges and Wai-hung Wong (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011)
  2. Death and the Afterlife, by Samuel Scheffler, with an introduction by Niko Kolodny and commentary by Harry Frankfurt, Niko Kolodny, Seana Shiffrin, and Susan Wolf (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).

Book Chapters

  1. "Being Under the Power of Others," in Yiftah Elizar and Geneviève Rousselière, Republicanism and Democracy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)
  2. "Instrumental Reasons," in Daniel Star, ed, The Oxford Handbook of Reasons and Normativity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
  3. "Help Wanted: Subordinates," in Elizabeth Anderson, Private Government, with an introduction by Stephen Macedo and commentary by David Bromwich, Tyler Cowen, Ann Hughes, and Niko Kolodny (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017), pp. 99–107.
  4. "Introduction," in Sam Scheffler, Death and the Afterlife, with an introduction by Niko Kolodny and commentary by Harry Frankfurt, Niko Kolodny, Seana Shiffrin, and Susan Wolf (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).
  5. "That I Should Die and Others Live," in Sam Scheffler, Death and the Afterlife, with an introduction by Niko Kolodny and commentary by Harry Frankfurt, Niko Kolodny, Seana Shiffrin, and Susan Wolf (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).
  6. "The Quest to Understand Philosophy," co-authored with Jason Bridges, in Jason Bridges, Niko Kolodny, and Wai-hung Wong, eds, The Possibility of Philosophical Understanding: Essays for Barry Stroud (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011).
  7. "Aims as Reasons," in Samuel Freeman, Rahul Kumar, and R. Jay Wallace, eds, Reasons and Recognition: Essays on the Philosophy of T.M. Scanlon (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011).
  8. "Which Relationships Justify Partiality? General Considerations and Problem Cases," in Brian Feltham and John Cottingham, eds, Partiality and Impartiality: Morality, Special Relationships and the Wider World (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010).

Journal Articles

  1. "Standing and the Sources of Liberalism" Politics, Philosophy, Economics X:XX (2018)
  2. "What Makes Threats Wrong?" Analytic Philosophy 58:2 (2017).
  3. "Dynamics of Affirmation," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 92:3 (2016).
  4. "Political Rule and Its Discontents," Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy 2 (2016).
  5. "Rule Over None II: Social Equality and the Justification of Democracy," Philosophy and Public Affairs 42:4 (2014).
  6. "Rule Over None I: What Justifies Democracy?" Philosophy and Public Affairs 42:3 (2014).
  7. "Foreword," Harvest Moon: The Berkeley Undergraduate Philosophy Journal, 2011 New Crop Prize Edition (2012).
  8. "Raz's Nexus," Jurisprudence 2:2 (2011).
  9. "Scanlon's Investigation: The Relevance of Intent to Permissibility," Analytic Philosophy 52:2 (2011).
  10. "Ifs and Oughts," co-authored with John MacFarlane, Journal of Philosophy 107:3 (2010).
  11. "The Explanation of Amour-Propre," Philosophical Review 119:2 (2010).
  12. "Which Relationships Justify Partiality? The Case of Parents and Children," Philosophy and Public Affairs 38:1 (2010).
  13. "Comments on Munoz-Darde's 'Liberty's Chains'," Supplemental Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 83:1 (2009)
  14. "Reply to Bridges," Mind 118:470 (2009).
  15. "The Myth of Practical Consistency," European Journal of Philosophy 16:3 (2008)
  16. "Why Be Disposed to Be Coherent?," Ethics 118:3 (2008)
  17. "How Does Coherence Matter?," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 107:1 (2007)
  18. "State or Process Requirements?," Mind 116:462 (2007)
  19. "Why Be Rational?," Mind 114:455 (2005) (German translation in Christoph Halbig and Tim Henning, eds, Die neue Kritik der instrumentellen Vernunft (Frankfurt a.M.: Suhrkamp, 2012))
  20. "Love as Valuing a Relationship," Philosophical Review 112:2 (2003)
  21. "Promises and Practices Revisited," co-authored with R. Jay Wallace, Philosophy and Public Affairs 31:2 (2003)
  22. "Do Associative Duties Matter?," Journal of Political Philosophy 10:3 (2002)
  23. "The Ethics of Cryptonormativism: A Defense of Foucault's Evasions," Philosophy and Social Criticism 22:5 (1996)

Work in Progress

  1. "Democratic Law as Medium and Message," in Seana Shiffrin, Speaking Amongst Ourselves: Democracy and Law, with an introduction by Hannah Ginsborg and commentary by Niko Kolodny, Annie Stilz, and Richard Brooks (Oxford: Oxford University Press, in preparation)

Encyclopedia Entries

  1. "Instrumental Rationality," co-authored with John Brunero in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  2. "Objectivity in Ethics," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Second Edition, ed. Donald Borchert (Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2006)
  3. Addendum to "Love," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Second Edition, ed. Donald Borchert (Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2006)

Reviews

  1. Christopher H. Achen and Larry M. Bartels, Democracy for Realists (Princeton University Press, 2016) and Jason Brennan, Against Democracy (Princeton University Press, 2016) in Boston Review February 17, 2017.
  2. R. Jay Wallace, Philip Pettit, Samuel Scheffler, and Michael Smith, Reason and Value: Themes from the Moral Philosophy of Joseph Raz (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2004) in Mind 115:458 (2006)
  3. Harry G. Frankfurt, The Reasons of Love (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004) in Journal of Philosophy 103:1 (2006)

Talks

  1. Plenary Lecture, Society for Applied Philosophy, Durham University Summer 2019
  2. UC San Diego, Spring 2019
  3. Travails of Democracy Conference, University of San Diego Law School, Spring 2019
  4. APA author meets critics session on T.M. Scanlon, Why Does Inequality Matter?, Winter 2019
  5. Legal Theory Workshop, University of Virginia Law School, Fall 2018
  6. Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy, Queens University, CANADA, Fall 2018
  7. Philosophy Colloquium, Princeton University, Fall 2018
  8. Lecture, Center for Human-Compatible Artificial Intelligence, UC Berkeley, Fall 2018
  9. Comment on Felix Koch, "Facilitative Reasons and Instrumental Value," Value in Practice: A Conference on the Philosophy of Joseph Raz, King's College London, UNITED KINGDOM, Summer 2018
  10. "Official Corruption," The Practical, the Political, and the Ethical Workshop, Institute for Philosophy, University of London, UNITED KINGDOM, Summer 2018
  11. "Relational Equality and Political Legitimacy," Association of Social and Political Philosophy Conference, Rome, ITALY, Summer 2018
  12. "The Complaints of Posterity," Intergenerational Justice and the Rights and Duties of Procreators Conference, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, SPAIN, Summer 2018
  13. "Official Corruption," Lee Lecture, All Souls College, Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM, Summer 2018
  14. "Official Corruption," London School of Economics, UNITED KINGDOM, Summer 2018
  15. "Official Corruption," DaGERS, UC Davis, Spring 2018
  16. "Official Corruption," Political Philosophy Colloquium, New York University, Spring 2018
  17. "What, If Anything, Is Wrong with Gerrymandering?" Ethics Forum, New York University, Spring 2018
  18. "Official Corruption," Conference at Worcester College, Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM, Spring 2018
  19. "Being Under the Power of Others," Colloquium, Center for Political Philosophy, University of Leiden, NETHERLANDS, Spring 2018
  20. "Official Corruption," Keynote Address, Society for the Theory of Ethics and Politics, Northwestern University, Spring 2018
  21. "Official Corruption," Keynote Address, Berlin, GERMANY, Winter 2017
  22. "Political Corruption," Chapel Hill Colloquium, University of North Carolina, Fall 2017
  23. "Pathologies of American Democracy" What Now? Conference, UC Berkeley, Fall 2017
  24. "Being Under the Power of Others," Political Theory Colloquium, University of Chicago, Spring 2017
  25. "Democratic Law as Medium and Message," Comment on Seana Shiffrin's Tanner Lectures, UC Berkeley, Spring 2017
  26. "The Immorality of Coercion," Regulation of Coercion Conference, University of British Columbia, CANADA Spring 2017
  27. "Democracy for Idealists," Kadish Workshop in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory, Joshua Cohen and Veronique Munoz-Darde, UC Berkeley, Fall 2016
  28. Nuffield Political Theory Workshop, Nuffield College, Oxford University, Spring 2016 (cancelled)
  29. Political Theory Research Seminar, All Souls, Oxford University, Spring 2016 (cancelled)
  30. Popper Talk, London School of Economics, Spring 2016 (cancelled)
  31. Comte Lecture, London School of Economics, Spring 2016 (cancelled)
  32. Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2016 (cancelled)
  33. "What Makes Threats Wrong?" Political Theory Workshop, Stanford University, Spring 2016
  34. "What Makes Threats Wrong?" Colloquium, MIT, Spring 2016
  35. Work in Progress Talk, University of California, Berkeley, Spring 2016
  36. "A Liberalism Beyond Liberty?"Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Conference, Murphy Institute, Tulane University, Spring 2016
  37. "What Makes Threats Wrong?" Analytic Philosophy Symposium, University of Texas, Austin, Fall 2015
  38. "Political Rule and Its Discontents," Conference on Responsibility Beyond the State, Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life and the Program in Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law, University of Viriginia, Spring 2015
  39. "Being Under the Power of Others," Colloquium, University of Pittsburgh, Spring 2015
  40. "Corruption and Contribution," Panel on "Democracy in an Age of Inequality," with Ann Cudd, Derrick Darby, Lani Guinier, Samuel Issacharoff, and Rick Pildes, Pacific APA, Vancouver, Spring 2015
  41. Comments on Elizabeth Anderson's Tanner Lecture, "Private Government," Princeton University, Spring 2015
  42. Summary of Samuel Scheffler, Death and the Afterlife, Berkeley Social Ontology Group, University of California, Berkeley, Fall 2014
  43. "Being Under the Power of Others," Ethics, Law, and Public Policy Seminar, run by the Mexican Society of Applied Philosophy (SOMEFA), at the Department of Political Studies at the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), Mexico City, MEXICO, Fall 2014
  44. Comments on T.M. Scanlon, "Equality of Opportunity: A Normative Anatomy," Boalt School of Law, Fall 2014
  45. "Justifying the State," Colloquium, University of Arizona, Fall 2014
  46. "Being Under the Power of Others," Brown Bag Talk, Arizona Freedom Center, Fall 2014
  47. "Justifying the State," Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy Conference, University of Missouri, Fall 2014
  48. Comments on A.J. Julius, Reconstruction, University of Toronto, Summer, 2014
  49. "Justifying the State," Seminar, Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at the Murphy Institute, Tulane University, Spring, 2014
  50. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Colloquium, Arizona State University, Spring, 2014
  51. "Notes on Reasons and Rationality," Practical Reasoning Workshop, part of the Practical Thought and Good Action Research Network (funded by the DFG), University of Giessen, GERMANY, November 15-17, 2013
  52. Comments on Mark Schroeder, "The Price of Supervenience," Young Ethicists Network Workshop, Princeton University, Fall, 2013
  53. "Justifying the State," Dick Fallon and Tim Scanlon's Law and Philosophy Workshop, Harvard University, Fall, 2013
  54. "Justifying the State," Colloquium, Brown University, Fall, 2013
  55. "Love as Valuing a Relationship" and "Notes on Reasons and Rationality," Graduate Workshop, ANU, Summer, 2013
  56. "Being Under the Power of Others," Justice and Democracy Conference, ANU, Summer, 2013
  57. "Justifying the State," Graduate Workshop on Legitimacy with Massimo Renzo and Annie Stilz, ANU, Summer 2013
  58. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy, Part 2" Seminar, ANU, Summer 2013
  59. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy, Part 1," MSPT Seminar, ANU, Summer 2013
  60. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Colloquium, UCLA, Spring, 2013
  61. "Justifying the State," Ethics Writing Seminar, UCLA, Spring, 2013
  62. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Colloquium, New York University, Spring 2013
  63. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Colloquium, University of Colorado, Boulder, Spring 2013
  64. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Workshop in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, Spring 2013
  65. Participant, Reasons and Normativity Conference, NYU Abu Dhabi, Winter 2013
  66. Comments on Fred Neuhouser on Rousseau, The Ninth NYU Conference on Issues in Modern Philosophy, "Inequality," New York University, November 9-10, 2012
  67. Comments on Sarah McGrath, Young Ethicists Network Workshop, Princeton University, Fall 2012
  68. "On the Justification of State Force," Joseph Raz's seminar, Columbia University, Fall 2012
  69. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Understanding Equality Conference, University College London, Spring 2012
  70. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Young Ethicists Network Workshop, Princeton University, Spring 2012
  71. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Keynote Lecture, Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, University of Puget Sound, Spring 2012
  72. "Comments on Leslie Green, 'Constituting the People'" Kadish Lecture, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, Spring 2012
  73. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Darrell Royal Ethics Conference, University of Texas, Austin, Spring 2012
  74. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Colloquium, Ohio State University, Fall 2011
  75. "Instrumental Reasons," Colloquium, University of Nebraska, Fall 2011
  76. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Political Philosophy Colloquium, Princeton University, Fall 2011
  77. "Rule Over None: Social Equality and the Value of Democracy," Joseph Raz's seminar, Columbia University, Fall 2011
  78. "Which Relationships Justify Partiality?" Akeel Bilgrami and Jon Elster's Mellon Seminar, Columbia University, Fall 2011
  79. "Raz's Nexus," Workshop on Joseph Raz's Philosophy of Normativity, Centre for Law and Cosmopolitan Values, University of Antwerp, Belgium, April 2011
  80. "Instrumental Reasons," Session on "Instrumental Reason," American Philosophical Association Central Division, March 2011
  81. "Instrumental Reasons," Workshop on Reasons and Rational Choice, London School of Economics, February 2011
  82. Master Class on Reasons and Rational Choice, London School of Economics, February 2011
  83. "Toward a Principle of Instrumental Transmission," Colloquium, Harvard University, November 2010
  84. "Having a Say," Colloquium in Legal, Moral and Political Philosophy, New York University, fall 2010
  85. "Toward a Principle of Instrumental Transmission," Colloquium, University of Texas, Austin, October 2010
  86. "Toward a Principle of Instrumental Transmission," Colloquium, University of San Diego, May, 2010
  87. "Toward a Principle of Instrumental Transmission," Practical Philosopy Workshop, University of Chicago, April 30, 2010
  88. "The Explanation of Amour-Propre," Stanford Political Theory Workshop, March 5, 2010
  89. "Permissibility and Intention: Scanlon's Conjecture," Author Meets Critics Session on T.M. Scanlon, Moral Dimensions: Permissibility, Meaning, and Blame, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Convention, December 2009.
  90. "Percontations: Loving Wives and Countries," Bloggingheads diavlog with Simon Keller (Victoria University of Wellington), October 2009
  91. "Instrumental Transmission," Departmental Talk, Texas Tech University, October 2009
  92. "A Problem With If-Then Arguments," Public Lecture, Texas Tech University, October 2009
  93. "Comments on Munoz-Darde's 'Liberty's Chains'," Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and Mind Association, University of East Anglia, July 2009
  94. "Ought: Between Objective and Subjective; Modus Ponens Invalid," Colloquium, Williams College, April 2009
  95. "Which Relationships Justify Partiality?" Legal Theory Workshop, Yale Law School, March 2009
  96. "Ought: Between Truth and Justification," Epistemic Normativity Workshop, Indiana University, December 2008
  97. "Ought: Between Objective and Subjective," Colloquium, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 2008
  98. Comments on Joseph Raz, "Reason, Reasons, and Rationality," Conference on Reason and Value, University of California, Santa Barbara, February 2008
  99. "Which Relationships?," Law and Philosophy Workshop, University of California, Berkeley, January 2008
  100. "The Myth of Practical Consistency," Law and Philosophy Workshop, University of Southern California, November 2007
  101. "The Myth of Practical Consistency," 2007 SPAWN on "Practical Reason," Syracuse University, July 2007
  102. "How Does Coherence Matter?," Moral Sciences Club, University of Cambridge, April 2007
  103. "How Does Coherence Matter?," Aristotelian Society, London, April 2007
  104. "How Does Coherence Matter?," Colloquium, University of Pittsburgh, April 2007
  105. "How Does Coherence Matter?" Colloquium, University of Southern California, March 2007
  106. "Why Be Disposed to Be Coherent?," Workshop on Value Theory and Epistemology, University of Stirling, November 2006
  107. "Do Intentions Change Our Reasons?," Departmental Seminar, University of Stirling, November 2006
  108. "Why Be Disposed to Be Coherent?," University of California, Irvine Colloquium, November 2006
  109. "Why Be Disposed to Be Coherent?," Hester Seminar on Agency and Action, Wake Forest University, September 2006
  110. "Do We Have Reason to Be Disposed to Be Rational?," Ohio State University/Maribor/Rijeka Conference, Dubrovnik, May 2006
  111. "Do We Have Reason to Be Disposed to Be Rational?," Workshop on the Normativity of Reasons, Universite de Fribourg, May 2006
  112. "Why Have Consistent Beliefs?," In Pursuit of Reason: Engaging Joseph Raz on Reason and Value Conference, Institute of Philosophy, University of London, May 2006
  113. "Why Have Consistent Intentions?," Moral Philosophy Seminar, University of Oxford, May 2006
  114. "Why Have Consistent Intentions?," Workshop on Practical Reasons, University of Leeds, May 2006
  115. "Why Have Consistent Intentions?," Bay Area Forum for Law and Ethics (BAFFLE), University of California, Berkeley, April 2006
  116. "Why Have Consistent Intentions?," Moral and Political Philosophy Group Talk, University of Toronto, March 2006
  117. "Which Relationships?," Impartiality and Partiality in Ethics Conference, University of Reading, December 2005
  118. "Does Intending the End Give One Reason to Take the Means?," Seminar in Ethics and Normative Theory (SENT), Stanford University, November 2005
  119. "Does Intending the End Give One Reason to Take the Means?," Seminar for Phronesis Analytic Philosophy Group, Universitat de Valencia, November 2005
  120. "Why Be Coherent?," Seminar for Phronesis Analytic Philosophy Group, Universitat de Valencia, November 2005
  121. "Why Be Coherent?," Forry and Micken Lecture at Amherst College, November 2005
  122. "Rationality and Reasons," ECAP 5 Conference, Lisbon, August 2005
  123. Comments on papers by Margaret Gilbert and Michael Pratt, Session on Promises, Pacific APA Convention, March 2005
  124. "Rationality and Reasons," Ohio State University, April 2005
  125. Comments on A. John Simmons, "Legitimacy and Territory," Fourth Annual Leadership Conference, Kennedy School of Government, March 2005
  126. "Rationality and Reasons," Moral Psychology Conference, Franklin and Marshall College, February 2005
  127. "Rationality and Reasons," University of California at Los Angeles, January 2005
  128. "Rationality and Reasons," University of California, Berkeley, January 2005
  129. "The Problems of Partiality," Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference, South Molle Island, July 2004
  130. "What is Love?," Monash University, Melbourne, July 2004
  131. "The Normativity of Rationality," Reasons and Rationality Conference, Australian National University, Research School of Social Sciences, June 2004
  132. "What is Love?," Phi Sigma Tau Honors Society, California State University at Chico, April 2004
  133. "Partiality and the Contours of the Moral," Brandeis University, October 2003
  134. "Partiality and Morality," University of California at Los Angeles, February, 2003
  135. "Partiality and Morality," Columbia University, January, 2003
  136. "Partiality and Morality," New York University, January, 2003
  137. "Scanlon on Promising," Berkeley-Stanford Graduate Student Conference, April 2002

Teaching

Awards:
Introductory lecture courses:
Intermediate lecture courses:
Seminars:
Dissertation committees in Philosophy and Logic and Methodology of Science:
  1. Japa Pallikkathayil, Harvard University, "Your Money or Your Life: Coercion in Personal and Political Contexts," filed 2008
  2. Fabrizio Cariani, "The Semantics of 'Ought' and the Unity of Modal Discourse," Logic and Methodology of Science, filed 2009
  3. Ian Schnee, "Reasoning from the Facts," filed 2010
  4. Ben Boudreaux, "Recent Immigration and the Nation: An Account of the Demands of Assimilation," filed 2011
  5. Andy Engen, "The Reactive Theory of Punishment," filed 2011
  6. Brian Berkey, "Against Moderate Morality: The Demands of Justice in an Unjust World," filed 2012
  7. Joseph Barnes, "A Platonic Account of Epistemic Value," filed 2012
  8. Julia Nefsky, "The Morality of Collective Harm," filed 2012
  9. Erich Matthes, "Engaging with the Past: Essays on History, Value, and Practical Reason," filed 2013
  10. Justin Bledin, "Logic Informed," Logic and Methodology of Science, filed 2013
  11. Max Gee, "Rationality and Expected Utility," filed 2015
  12. Lindsay Crawford, "Epistemic Obligation in Perspective," filed 2015
  13. Julian Jonker, "In Defense of Directed Duties," filed 2017
  14. Jeffrey Kaplan, expected 2018
  15. Dan Khokhar
  16. Nick French
  17. Kirsten Pickering
  18. Katie Mantoan
  19. Jerry Vildostegui
  20. Stephen Thurman (no longer active)
  21. Erin Beeghly (no longer on committee)
  22. Nicholas Gooding (no longer on comittee)
  23. Markus Kohl (no longer on committee)
Dissertation committees as external member:
  1. Carla Yumatle, "Philosophical Presuppositions of Liberal Democracy," Political Science, filed 2010
  2. Stephen Galoob, "A Liberal Theory of Reparation," Jurisprudence and Social Policy, filed 2014
  3. Adam Hill, "A Behavioral Approach to Contemporary Electoral Accountability," Jurisprudence and Social Policy, filed 2016
  4. Athmeya Jayaryam, Political Science
Qualifying exams in philosophy:
  1. Mike Titelbaum, passed 2005
  2. Tamar Lando, passed 2007
  3. Markus Kohl, passed 2007
  4. Julia Nefsky, passed 2008
  5. Justin Bledin, passed 2008
  6. Erin Beeghly, passed 2009
  7. Eugene Chislenko, passed 2009
  8. Stephen Thurman, passed 2010
  9. Max Gee, passed 2010
  10. Peter Epstein, passed 2010
  11. Katie Mantoan, passed 2011
  12. Kirsten Pickering, passed 2012
  13. Jeff Kaplan, passed 2013
  14. Dan Khokhar, passed 2016
  15. Ravit Dotan, passed 2017
  16. Blake Harper, expected 2017
Qualifying exams as external member:
  1. Richard Ashcroft, Political Science, passed 2010
  2. Athmeya Jayaram, Political Science, passed 2010
  3. Stephen Galoob, Jurisprudence and Social Policy, passed 2010
  4. Luke Haqq, Jurisprudence and Social Policy, passed 2011
  5. Adam Hill, Jurisprudence and Social Policy, passed 2011

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