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PhD Students Past and Present - Samantha Brennan

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Tracy de Boer

in progress, Philosophy, Western University, co-supervising with Dennis Klimchuk


Christopher Sherriff

“Methodological Challenges to Naturalism in Ethics,”  Philosophy, Western University 2019.


Cameron Fenton

“What do adult children owe their parents?” Philosophy, Western University, 2017.


Michel Hebert

“Endorsement, Worth and Well-Being” Philosophy, Western University, 2013. Co-supervised with Anthony Skelton. Full time research associate, Info Tech London


Jeff Spring 

“Global Justice and the Capabilities Account of Well-Being” Philosophy, Western University, 2013 |  Associate Professor, Political Science, St. Francis Xavier University | Visiting Assistant Professor, UBC Okanagan, September 2013.


Jason Marsh

“Procreative Ethics” Philosophy, Western University. 2012Co-supervised with John Thorp. Associate  Professor, St. Olaf, Minnesota.


Amanda Porter

“The Ethics of Humanitarian Intervention” Philosophy, Western University, 2011 | Assistant Professor and Health Care Ethicist, Department of Bioethics, Dalhousie University, Alberta Health Services |  Clinical Ethicist, Lethbridge, Alberta, May 2014 |  Assistant Professor, Okanagan College, 201 |  Ethics Fellow for St. Joseph’s Health Care, London and London Health Sciences Centre 2011-2012.


Sarah Lublink

“Critical Thinking and the Ethics of Teaching” Philosophy, Western University,  2010 | Assistant Professor, Edison State College, Lee Campus, Florida


Mark Vopat

“A Contractarian Approach to Children’s Rights” Philosophy, Western University. 2004 | Professor, Youngstown State University, Ohio.


Byron Stoyles

“The Value of Death” Philosophy, Western University,  2004.Co-supervised with John Thorp |  Associate Professor, Trent University,


Todd Calder

“The Nature of Evil” Philosophy, Western University, Philosophy, Western University, 2002 | Associate Professor, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, NS. | SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship with Claudia Card, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Sylvia Burrow

“Showing Some Humean Sympathy: The Role of Emotion in Moral Reasoning” Philosophy, Western University,2002 | Associate Professor, Cape Breton University. | Visiting Professor, Dalhousie University (2010 - 2012) | Fellowship and Scholar in Residence, Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs (2011-2012)


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