Rosalind Chaplin joined the department in July 2022. Before that, she was a Bersoff fellow at NYU and a graduate student at UC San Diego (PhD, 2021) and Simon Fraser University (MA, 2015). Rosalind specializes in Kant, early modern philosophy, and ethics and moral psychology. In her historical research, her projects focus on Kant’s idealism, his criticisms of traditional metaphysics, disputes about the infinite and the indeterminate, and other debates in early modern metaphysics and philosophy of mind. In her research in ethics and moral psychology, she focuses on the moral emotions, the role of reactive attitudes in our responsibility practices, and the significance of close personal relationships for a compelling account of the reactive attitudes. For more about her research and teaching, see her homepage.