Michael Gill

Humanities Seminars Professor

Michael Gill

Interim Department Head; Associate Professor of Philosophy

MICHAEL GILL is Interim Department Head and Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. His work focuses on the origins of our moral judgments from the perspectives of both history and contemporary moral psychology. He has written on the ethics of end-of-life decisions, the relationship between morality and religion, and moral pluralism. He is the author of The British Moralists on Human Nature and the Birth of Secular Ethics (2006) and Humean Moral Pluralism (forthcoming). 
 

Affiliated Departments: 

  • Morality and Religion in Early Modern Europe - 2011

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