Areas of Expertise: Ethics/Moral Philosophy; Kant
Kate Moran received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008, and her BA from Santa Clara University in 2001. Her main area of interest is Kant's moral philosophy. She also has research and teaching interests in contemporary moral and political philosophy, the history of philosophy, and the philosophy of education. In the Spring of 2010 she will be teaching Phil 17A (Introduction to Ethics) and a new course, Phil 122a (History of Ethics).
University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, M.A.
Santa Clara University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Davis Foundation Teaching and Learning Fellow (2013)
Theodore and Jane Norman Award for Faculty Scholarship (2013)
Theodore and Jane Norman Award for Faculty Scholarship (2010)
History of Ideas Course Development Grant (2009)
Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship (2007)
|PHIL||17a||Introduction to Ethics|
|PHIL||107b||Kant's Moral Theory|
|PHIL||109b||Ethics and Emotions|
|PHIL||114b||Topics in Ethical Theory|
|PHIL||122a||History of Ethics|
|PHIL||124a||Philosophy of Revolution|
|PHIL||214a||Topics in Normative Philosophy|
|USEM||8b||Freedom of Will, Responsibility, and Blame|