Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors N OTES ON C ONTRIBUTORS N ICOLAUS T IDEMAN is Professor of Economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Reed College, Portland, Oregon (1965) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago (1969). He started his career as Assistant Professor of Economics at Harvard University (1969–73). R OBERT F RANCIS A LLEN teaches philosophy at the University of Detroit Mercy. His publications include ‘Identity and Becoming’ ( The Southern Journal of Philosophy ), ‘Re-examining Frankfurt Cases’ ( The Southern Journal of Philosophy ), and ‘St. Augustine’s Free Will Theodicy and Natural Evil’ ( Ars Disputandi ). S USAN S TARK is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Her research focuses on the role of emotions in moral theory, especially Kantianism and virtue theory. She also has interests in moral psychology and feminist moral theory. E LIZABETH T ELFER taught Philosophy at the University of Glasgow from 1963 until her retirement in 2001. Her publications include Respect for Persons and Caring and Curing (both with R.S. Downie), Education and Personal Relationships (with R.S. Downie and Eileen M. Loudfoot), Happiness and Food for Thought . B RIAN E. B UTLER is in the philosophy department of the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He has degrees in philosophy, law and art. His current research interests are focused on the pragmatic and aesthetic aspects of legal practice. C HRISTOPHER B ENNETT is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield, UK. His research concerns the notions of retribution, for- giveness, recognition and community. His publications include ‘The Varieties of Retributive Experience’ ( Philosophical Quarterly ) and ‘Per- sonal and Redemptive Forgiveness’ ( European Journal of Philosophy ). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Moral Philosophy Brill

Notes on Contributors

Journal of Moral Philosophy, Volume 1 (1): 5 – Jan 1, 2004
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N OTES ON C ONTRIBUTORS N ICOLAUS T IDEMAN is Professor of Economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Reed College, Portland, Oregon (1965) and a PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago (1969). He started his career as Assistant Professor of Economics at Harvard University (1969–73). R OBERT F RANCIS A LLEN teaches philosophy at the University of Detroit Mercy. His publications include ‘Identity and Becoming’ ( The Southern Journal of Philosophy ), ‘Re-examining Frankfurt Cases’ ( The Southern Journal of Philosophy ), and ‘St. Augustine’s Free Will Theodicy and Natural Evil’ ( Ars Disputandi ). S USAN S TARK is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Her research focuses on the role of emotions in moral theory, especially Kantianism and virtue theory. She also has interests in moral psychology and feminist moral theory. E LIZABETH T ELFER taught Philosophy at the University of Glasgow from 1963 until her retirement in 2001. Her publications include Respect for Persons and Caring and Curing (both with R.S. Downie), Education and Personal Relationships (with R.S. Downie and Eileen M. Loudfoot), Happiness and Food for Thought . B RIAN E. B UTLER is in the philosophy department of the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He has degrees in philosophy, law and art. His current research interests are focused on the pragmatic and aesthetic aspects of legal practice. C HRISTOPHER B ENNETT is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield, UK. His research concerns the notions of retribution, for- giveness, recognition and community. His publications include ‘The Varieties of Retributive Experience’ ( Philosophical Quarterly ) and ‘Per- sonal and Redemptive Forgiveness’ ( European Journal of Philosophy ).

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