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Hichem Naar

Postes occupés

2014-2015 à 2015-2016 Stagiaire postdoctoral-e,

Participations aux événements du CRÉ

20 novembre 2017 Hichem Naar (Omaha)
15 mai 2017 Attitudes, Rationality, and Concepts
26 mai 2016 Les visages du désaccord / Faces of Disagreement
30 avril 2015 Normativité et métaéthique
28 avril 2015 Émotions et raisons
17 octobre 2014 Hichem Naar (CRÉ)


Before coming to CRÉ, I was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences and the University of Geneva, and a member of the THUMOS Research Group. I completed a PhD in philosophy at the University of Manchester, where above all I had the chance to work with (and get to know) Peter Goldie. I was also supervised by Michael Scott and Joel Smith.  My thesis was primarily a sustained defence of the psychological category of sentiments, defined as irreducible dispositions to experience occurrent emotions.

My main research interests are in philosophy of mind, metaethics, and moral psychology, all pursued with a sensitivity to broadly methodological and metaphysical issues.

During my stay at the CRÉ, I will work on the relationship between various affective attitudes, particularly sentiments and emotions, and reasons.

You can see my CV by clicking here.


Edited books

  • Under Contract. The Ontology of Emotions. Cambridge University Press (edited with Fabrice

Articles and book chapters

  • 2013. “A Dispositional Theory of Love”, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 94, 3, 342-357
  • 2012. “Side-Effect Effect Without Side Effect: The Pervasive Impact of Moral Considerations on Judgments of Intentionality”, Philosophical Psychology, 25, 6, 837-854 (with Florian Cova)
  • 2012. “Testing Sripada’s Deep Self Model”, Philosophical Psychology, 25, 5, 647-659 (with Florian Cova)
  • 2011. “Le nativisme moral”, in Masala, A. & Ravat, J. (eds.), La Morale Humaine et les Sciences, Editions Matériologiques

Encyclopedia Entries

  • 2013. “Art and Emotion”, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (13000 words)