Morehead-Cain Alumni Distinguished Professor
Director, UNC Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program
(919) 627-1403 (phone)
Geoff Sayre-McCord has published extensively on moral theory, epistemology, and modern philosophy, and has edited
, Essays on Moral Realism . and Hume: Moral Philosophy (with Jonathan Anomaly, Geoff Brennan, and Michael Munger). See the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics On-Line Papers link for a some of the papers.
Recently, Sayre-McCord’s research has focused on the nature of normative concepts, on evolution and morality, and on Adam Smith’s theory of moral sentiments. His work in progress are available in draft:
Pre-publication versions of the following recent papers are also are available:
Sayre-McCord is the Director of UNC’s
. He is also the Founding Director of the Philosophy, Politics, & Economics Program , an international scholarly society for those interested in the issues that arise at the intersection of the three disciplines in the Society’s name. Sayre-McCord was a Professorial Fellow in Philosophy, Politics and Economics Society Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh from 2013 until 2016 and is now a Regular Distinguished Visiting Professor there. He was on leave for the 2015-16 academic year at the Center for Human Values at Princeton University, where he was the Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching.
A list of publications (with some e-versions)
Some on-line lectures and interviews:
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