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Justin Moss

Lecturer
Philosophy
College of Arts and Sciences
Contact
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
785.670.1545
Degrees & Certifications
University of Idaho, Bachelor of Arts
University of Idaho, Master of Arts
Univ of Nebraska at Lincoln, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History
  • Adjunct Instructor - Washburn University (Spring 2012)
  • Adjunct Professor - Avila Unversity (Fall 2011 - present)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2007-2011)
  • Adjunct Instructor - The College of Saint Mary (2007)
  • Adjunct Instructor - Southeast Community College (2006-2007)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant - The University of Idaho (2004-2006)
Scholarly Interests/Activities
  • Normative ethics with interests in consequentialism and the demandingness of moral obligations
  • Applied ethics with interests in developmental aid and environmental ethics
  • Value theory / theory of well-being
Career Accomplishments

Recent Presentations:

  • “Demandingness, Fairness, and Promoting the Good: Modifying the Collective Principle of Beneficence,” presented at the International Society for Utilitarian Studies, August 9, 2012, New York, NY, and at the Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, August 11, 2012, Boulder, CO.
  • Commenter on “How Not to Argue Against Consequentialism” by Dale Dorsey, Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, August 11, 2012, Boulder, CO.
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