Dan C. Shahar

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Graduate Teaching Assistant




Social Sciences 138

Office Hours: 

T 2-4 or by appt

I am a PhD student in the University of Arizona's Department of Philosophy and a fellow at the Arizona Center for the Philosophy of Freedom. My academic work focuses mainly on environmental philosophy and its intersections with liberal political philosophy, normative ethics, and political economy. My latest article, "Rejecting Eco-Authoritarianism, Again," is forthcoming in Environmental Values and can be accessed online by clicking this link.

Courses Taught: 

PHIL 150c1 - Philosophical Perspectives on Society

PHIL 205 - The Ethics and Economics of Wealth Creation

PHIL 323 - Environmental Ethics