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Kathleen A. Moran

Associate Professor
Philosophy
Brandeis University
United States of America

Biography

Kate Moran received her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 2008. Her research focuses primarily on Immanuel Kant's practical philosophy. Her current research includes an examination of dependence among agents in Kant's moral philosophy -- including questions surrounding gratitude, charity, and indebtedness. Prof. Moran teaches courses on Immanuel Kant's theoretical and practical philosophy, as well as courses in ethics, moral psychology, political philosophy, and the history of philosophy. She is a recipient of a Davis Foundation Teaching and Learning Fellowship. Prof. Moran has received research awards from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, and Brandeis University.

Research Interest

Immanuel Kant, moral philosophy, history of philosophy

Publications

  • Surprenant CW. Kant and the Cultivation of Virtue. Routledge; 2014 Jun 13.

  • Moran KA. Neither justice nor charity? Kant on ‘general injustice’. Canadian Journal of Philosophy. 2017 Jul 4;47(4):477-98.

  • Moran KA. Neither justice nor charity? Kant on ‘general injustice’. Canadian Journal of Philosophy. 2017 Jul 4;47(4):477-98.

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