Jennifer Welchman

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2014-2015 Chercheur-e invité-e,
2014-2015 Chercheur-e invité-e,


Jennifer Welchman is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Alberta. She has published primarily in the history of moral philosophy, with a particular focus on empirical naturalists (including John Dewey) and in contemporary environmental ethics. She is currently working on a monograph, tentatively titled, Ethics of Environmental Stewardship, a Pragmatic Approach.

Recent Publications

– «A Defense of Environmental Stewardship», Environmental Values 21(2012) 297-316
– «Zwei Arten von naturalismus, zweiter Natur und Kommunikativen Praktiken: Eine pragmatistische Antwot auf McDowell», [«Two Kinds of Naturalism, Second-nature, and Communicative Practices: A Pragmatist’s Response to McDowell»,] in Martin Hartmann, Jasper Liptown, Marcus Willaschek, eds, Die Genewart des Pragmatismus  (Suhrkamp Verlag Berlin, 2013)
– «The Fall and Rise of Aristotle, 19th and 20th Century», in The Reception of Aristotle’s Ethics, Jon Miller, ed., (Cambridge University Press, 2012.)
– «Environmental Pragmatism», Byron Williston, ed., Environmental Ethics for Canadians (Oxford University Press, 2012)
– «Hume, Callicott, and the Land Ethic: Prospects and Problems», Journal of Value Inquiry, 43 (2009): 201-220

Sur academia.edu: https://ualberta.academia.edu/Jenniferwelchman