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Prof. Talbot Brewer

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Professor and Chair of Philosophy

Phone: (434) ***-****  
Email: t***@***.edu
Local Address:  Virginia , United States
University of Virginia
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville , Virginia 22903
United States

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  • Ph.D.
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Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture: People - Faculty - Talbot Brewer, 5 Mar 2014 [cached]
Tal Brewer
Tal Brewer is Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Virginia and a Faculty Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1998 and was a Visiting Professor there in the spring semester of 2009. His most recent book, The Retrieval of Ethics, was published by Oxford University Press in August of 2009. Most of his work is in the area of ethical theory, with a special emphasis on moral psychology and on the intersection of Aristotelian and Kantian approaches to normative ethics. He also writes and teaches about political philosophy. He has been a Research Fellow at the University of Virginia's Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life, and a Graduate Fellow at Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics.
Articles and stories by Igor Boog [cached]
Tuesday, 27 August, 2002 - The "relative passivity with which most Americans now experience the mobilization for war" is one of the "troubling sources of moral levity in the public war deliberations of the world's dominant military power," writes Talbot Brewer, assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Virginia in his article "We the People, We the Warriors".
Semester at Sea - Summer 2009 Faculty & Staff, 30 May 2009 [cached]
Talbot Brewer (Philosophy)
Talbot Brewer (Philosophy) Talbot Brewer is an Associate Professor in the Corcoran Department of Philosophy at the University of Virginia and a faculty fellow at U.Va.'s Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. He completed his Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1998, and will be returning to Harvard as a visiting professor for the spring semester of 2009. He has studied abroad in both France and Spain, and has given lectures in Spain, Slovenia, Lebanon, Holland, England, Scotland, Mexico and Peru. His primary interest lies in ethical theory, though he also teaches and writes about political philosophy. His essays have appeared in a wide array of professional philosophy journals, including Ethics, The Philosophical Review, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, The Hedgehog Review, The Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, and The Canadian Journal of Philosophy. He has also published a handful of essays and a Washington Post op-ed piece about the moral dimensions of U.S. foreign policy. His recently completed second book, which deals with Aristotelian ethical theory, will be published in 2009 by Oxford University Press under the title The Retrieval of Ethics.
Institute for Advanced Studies In Culture: Who We Are - Staff Directory, 1 Jan 2012 [cached]
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 20 June 2012 [cached]
Talbot Brewer Canadian Journal of Philosophy
Talbot Brewer is Assistant Professor in the Corcoran Department of Philosophy at the University of Virginia, and a faculty fellow of U.VA.'s Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. His primary interests are theoretical ethics and political philosophy. His recent publications include The Bounds of Choice: Unchosen Virtues, Unchosen Commitments (2000), `Rethinking Our Maxims' (Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 2001), `The Character of Temptation: Towards a More Plausible Kantian Moral Psychology' (Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 2002), and `Two Kinds of Commitments' (forthcoming, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research).
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