College of Arts & Sciences Philosophy

Justin Moss

Justin Moss
Lecturer
Philosophy, College of Arts & Sciences
USL Slagle Hall/Auditorium 306D
Phone: 605-677-6262
Bio:
I am a Lecturer in the Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Philosophy and received my Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2011.
Teaching Interests:
Ethical Theory, Introduction to Ethics, Bioethics, Environmental Ethics
Research Interests:
Consequentialism, Demandingness, Ethical Theory, Environmental Ethics
Education:
  • Ph D, Philosophy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2011
  • MA, Philosophy, University of Idaho, 2006
  • BA, Philosophy & History, University of Idaho, 2004
Publications:
  • Moss, J., (2014), Review of "Moral Perception" by Robert Audi, Teaching Philosophy / Philosophy Documentation Center, vol. 31, iss. 1, pp. 116-118.
  • Moss, J., (2013), Review of "Ethics for a Broken World: Imagining Philosophy After Catastrophe" by Tim Mulgan, Political Studies Review, vol. 11, iss. 2, pp. 238-239.
Presentations:
  • Moss, J. (2013, August). Rule-Consequentialism's Dilemma: Demandingness or Self-Defeat. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, Boulder, CO.
  • Moss, J. (2012, August). Demandingness, Fairness, and Promoting the Good: Modifying the Collective Principle of Beneficence. Presented at the International Society for Utilitarian Studies XII, New York City, NY.