University of Leeds
An Honours degree or equivalent. Professional experience may also be considered. Applicants whose 1st language is not English require IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum 6.0 in each component) or equivalent.
Areas of research: Moral psychology especially desire, emotion, and rationality and virtue theory; ancient ethics especially Plato and Aristotle); contemporary moral theory; the demandingness of ethics and gradability in moral theories; business ethics and the purpose of business; climate change and responsibility; professional ethics and engineering ethics in particular; emotions and ethics (the role of emotions in correct responses to ethical considerations); ethical issues in leadership and influence; exploitation; informed consent; integrity in individuals and in organisations; moral development; pactical wisdom, practical judgment and moral expertise; privacy; psychiatric ethics; moral luck and punishment; ethical significance of pleasure and pain (e.g. in public policy, in ethical goal-setting); ethics of persuasion, including (but not limited to) rhetoric, advocacy, advertising, public interest.
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