Agnes Callard is Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the department of Philosophy at the University of Chicago. She received her BA from the University of Chicago in 1997 and her PhD from Berkeley in 2008. Her primary areas of specialization are ancient philosophy and ethics.
Response Essays: A Strange Argument for the Commonplace
The Conversation: A Question for Eli Dourado
The Conversation: When Economics Fails
The Conversation: Utilitarianism as an Esoteric Doctrine
The Conversation: Radicalism, Replaceability, and Bounded Obligations
The Conversation: Human Lives Have Intrinsic Worth