Education: 1989, PhD, Philosophy, Yale University; 1981, BA, Philosophy, Yale University
Her current projects address the normative significance of formal principles of practical rationality, the nature of reasons for action, the will's contribution to action, and the moral implications of certain basic human capacities.
“The Value of Humanity,” Journal of Philosophy 59, nos. 5/6 (May/June 2012): 1-39
“Autonomous Action: Self-determination in the Passive Mode,” Ethics 122, no. 4 (July, 2012): 647-91. [Subject of Ethics Discussion at PEA Soup (a blog dedicated to philosophy, ethics, and academia)]
“Experiments in Vivo, in Vitro, and in Cathedra,” Ethics 124, no.4 (July, 2014): 860-61