Metaethics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Education, Epistemology
5168 Helen C. White
tewarSt is primarily interested in issues in moral epistemology. Recently, his work has focused on various issues surrounding moral perception. However, he is also interested in the nature and epistemic status of moral intuition, the possibility of a priori moral knowledge, peer disagreement, and non-naturalist moral realism. He also has teaching and research interests in the philosophy of science, the philosophy of education, and applied ethics.
He is currently working on a dissertation on how agents come to have justified verdictive moral judgments and justified beliefs in general moral principles.