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Action theorists

Philosophers of law

Virtue ethicists



A. C. Ewing

A. C. Grayling

Abraham Edel

Adam Smith

Adriaan Theodoor Peperzak

Alan Carter (philosopher)

Alan Mittleman

Alan Stout (philosopher)

Alasdair MacIntyre

Alastair Norcross

Alf Ross

Alfred Bernhart

Alison Jaggar

Alison McIntyre

Allan Gibbard

Andrea Biglia

Angie Hobbs

Anita L. Allen

Annette Baier

Archibald Arthur

Archibald Campbell (philosopher)

Arne Næss

Arthur P. Ziegler, Jr.

Arthur Schafer

Axel Honneth

Bartholomew Des Bosses

Bernard Gert

Bernard Mayo

Bernard Williams

Bertrand Russell

Charles Adolphus Row

Charles Guignon

Charles Larmore

Charles Taylor (philosopher)

Christine Korsgaard


Constance Jones

Constantine Sandis

Damaris Cudworth Masham

Dan Wikler

Daniel M. Hausman

David Crocker

David DeGrazia

David Fordyce

David Gauthier

David Hume

David Kolb

David P. Gushee

David S. Oderberg

David Wiggins

Dominique Parodi

Don Marquis (philosopher)

Dugald Stewart

Edvard Westermarck

Elizabeth S. Anderson


Erazim Kohák

Erich Heller

Esperanza Guisán

Etienne Vermeersch

Everett Hall

Frances Kamm

Francesco Maria Zanotti

Francis Anderson (philosopher)

Frank Cameron Jackson

Friedrich Leibniz

Gabriele Taylor

Gary Steiner

Geoffrey Scarre

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

George Sher

George Turnbull (theologian)

Gershom Carmichael

Gilbert Harman

Gilbert Hottois

Giovanni Battista Scaramelli

Giovanni Reale

Gustave Belot

Hajime Tanabe

Harry Frankfurt

Henri-Frédéric Amiel

Henry Babcock Veatch

Henry Home, Lord Kames

Henry Sidgwick

Iain King

Ignacio López de Ayala

Immanuel Kant

Ingrid Robeyns

J. Baird Callicott

J. David Velleman

J. L. Mackie

James Balfour (philosopher)

James Black Baillie

Jane Jacobs

Jane Mansbridge

Jiyuan Yu

Joel J. Kupperman

John E. Hare

John Grote

John Harsanyi

John Macmurray

John William Miller

Jonathan Dancy

José Ferrater Mora

Joxe Azurmendi

Judith Jarvis Thomson

Keiji Nishitani

Kurt Baier

Laurie Shrage

Lawrence C. Becker

Lawrence Kohlberg

Leonidas Donskis

Linda Trinkaus Zagzebski

List of ethicists

Lynn Pasquerella

Léon Ollé-Laprune

Manuel Ancízar

Marcia Baron

Mark Rowlands

Mark de Bretton Platts

Martin Buber

Mary Midgley

Mary Warnock, Baroness Warnock

Masahiro Morioka

Maurice Blanchot

Michael Huemer

Michael J. Sandel

Michael Tooley

Monique Canto-Sperber

Nakai Riken

Nayef Al-Rodhan

Nelson Thomas Potter, Jr.

Nina Karin Monsen

Oliver Letwin

Patricia Greenspan

Paul Kurtz

Paul Ricœur

Paul Tillich

Peg O'Connor

Per Bauhn

Peter Glassen

Peter Railton

Peter Singer

Peter Unger

Peter van Inwagen

Philippa Foot

Priscilla Cohn

Professor of Moral Philosophy, Glasgow

Páll Skúlason

R. Edward Freeman

R. Jay Wallace

R. M. Hare

Raymond Frey

Renford Bambrough

Richard Arneson

Richard Brandt

Richard Joyce (philosopher)

Richard Price

Robert Merrihew Adams

Robert Misrahi

Robert S. Hartman

Rosalind Hursthouse

Rudolf Christoph Eucken

Rushworth Kidder

Ruwen Ogien

S. A. (Sharon) Lloyd

Sabina Alkire

Sam Harris (author)

Samuel Bailey

Sandie Lindsay, 1st Baron Lindsay of Birker

Sandra Laugier

Seana Shiffrin

Sebastiano Turbiglio

Shelly Kagan

Simon Blackburn

Stephen Darwall

Stephen Toulmin

Steve Sapontzis

Susan Finsen

Susan R. Wolf

Susanne Sreedhar

Søren Kierkegaard

T. M. Scanlon

Tara Smith (philosopher)

Tetsuro Watsuji

Thomas Hill Green

Thomas Nagel

Tom Regan

Troy Jollimore

Tsang Lap Chuen

Vernon Bourke

Vilhjálmur Árnason


W. D. Ross

Walda Heywat

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

Ward Jones

White's Professor of Moral Philosophy

William Lee Bradley

Wlodek Rabinowicz

Zera Yacob

Zhai Zhenming


Zygmunt Bauman


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Sat, 23 Aug 2014 07:03:13 -0700

And U.S. presidents are clearly not moral philosophers. The president has an obligation to consider the consequences of his decisions, and act accordingly. The consequences of capitulating to terrorist kidnappers are ruinous. As a recent New York Times ...

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Thu, 21 Aug 2014 05:45:00 -0700

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Thu, 21 Aug 2014 06:07:30 -0700

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Daily Maverick
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 15:42:02 -0700

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