Richard Chappell

Asst. Professor

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Richard Yetter Chappell (Ph.D. Princeton), Assistant Professor. His primary research interests are in Consequentialism and non-naturalist normative realism. His secondary interests span from applied ethics (e.g. the harm of death, duties of beneficence, and resource allocation) to epistemology (e.g. peer disagreement, higher-order evidence, and the a priori) to metaphysics (e.g. p-zombies, anti-haecceitism, personal identity, and the nature of time). He has published articles in journals including Noûs,Philosophical Quarterly, and Philosophical Studies, and was (co-)awarded the RoME 2013 Young Ethicist Prize.


2012Ph.D. Princeton University
2006B.A. Australian National University
2005B.A. University of Canterbury