The Chicago Moral Philosophy Project enhances the curriculum in moral philosophy for graduates and undergraduates and fosters productive and rigorous discussion about ethical topics within the Department of Philosophy and beyond. The project sponsors the visit of an esteemed scholar in moral philosophy to the University of Chicago’s Department of Philosophy each spring. The scholar teaches a graduate-undergraduate for-credit course, leads a faculty-doctoral student reading group, and provides special advising to students.
The Project: Spring 2018
The visiting scholar for spring 2018 is Anselm Mueller . Professor Mueller’s reading group will be on Varieties of Practical Truth. Professor Mueller’s graduate-undergraduate course is “The Nature of Practical Reason.” To read more, click here.
Past courses include:
Past reading group topics include:
- Teleological Explanations
- Good Reasons
- The Good as a Formal Object
- Free Will