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Wolf
SUSAN WOLF
Edna J. Koury 
Professor

Susan Wolf works in moral theory and the philosophy of mind, and is the author of Freedom Within Reason.  Her current research focuses on the relations among happiness, morality, and meaningfulness in life. Some publications include: “Asymmetrical Freedom,” The Journal of Philosophy (1980); “The Importance of Free Will,” Mind (1981); “Moral Saints,” The Journal of Philosophy (1982); “Self-Interest and Interest in Selves,” Ethics (1986) ; “Above and Below the Line of Duty,” Philosophical Topics (1986) ; “Sanity and the Metaphysics of Responsibility,” in Responsibility, Character, and the Emotions , ed. by Schoeman (1987); “Morality and Partiality,” Philosophical Perspectives (1992); “Meaning and Morality,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (1997); “Happiness and Meaning: Two Aspects of the Good Life,” Social Philosophy & Policy (1997); “Morality and the view from here,” The Journal of Ethics (1999); "The True, the good, and the Lovable," in The Contours of Agency ed. by Buss and Overton (2002); "The Role of Rules," in Rationality, Rules, and Ideals, ed. by Sinnott Armstrong and Audi (2002).

phone: (919) 962-3315
email: susanw@email.unc.edu