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Latest News8 December 2016: I was very pleased to host students from Rangiuru School today. We toured the university, and they participated in a lecture about studying at university and one about moral dilemmas. Thanks to Mr. Gullick for suggesting it.
22 November 2016: My paper Living Standards, Wellbeing, and Public Policy, co-authored with Udayan Mukherjee, has been published on the New Zealand Treasury website as a background paper to the release of He Tirohanga Mokopuna, the Treasury's 2016 Statement on New Zealand's Long-Term Fiscal Position. You can read the paper here.
14 October 2016: I presented a paper on the Living Standards Framework, "Living standards, well-being, and public policy", at the Treasury today. I wrote the paper with Udayan Mukherjee as a background paper to Treasury's forthcoming statement on New Zealand's long-term position. See my slides here.
10 October 2016: My paper (with Udayan Mukherjee) has been accepted for publication as a background paper to Treasury's forthcoming statement on NZ's long-term position (free official version available soon).
5 October 2016: I began facilitating a wonderful amateur philosophy group in Hamilton today.
26 September 2016: A 1,000 word version of my "Privileging our future hedonic states" paper has just been published on The Dance of Reason - see it here.
9 September 2016: I will present "Privileging our future hedonic states" at the 1st annual Australasian Experimental Philosophy workshop (AXΦI) at Victoria University of Wellington on this day. More info here.
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Summary Academic InformationProfile:
I am a permanent Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor) in the philosophy department at the University of Waikato, in New Zealand. Previously, I was an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at California State University, Sacramento, and a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Philosophy Department at Victoria University of Wellington. I was born in England, lived in New Zealand for 20 years, California for 2 years, and now live in Hamilton, New Zealand with my wife, Linda, and two sons, Eli and Asher.
Political Philosophy, Public Policy, Experimental Philosophy, Climate Justice, Moral Psychology, Philosophy of Psychology, Bioethics, Neuroethics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Economics, Philosophy of Law, Business Ethics, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Social Psychology, Behavioral Economics, and The Meaning of Life.
Current Academic Roles:
My PhD (entitled Hedonism and Happiness in Theory and Practice) examines various topics at the intersection of happiness and philosophy. Many chapters are interdisciplinary, drawing on insights from psychology, economics and other disciplines.
Selected Recent and Forthcoming Publications (2016-):
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