Moral Character: An Empirical Theory. Oxford University Press, 2013


Character and Moral Psychology. Oxford University Press, 2014

Book Character: New Directions from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology

Character: New Directions from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology. Ed. Christian Miller, R. Michael Furr, Angela Knobel, and William Fleeson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Moral Psychology, Volume V: Virtue and Happiness. Ed. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Christian B. Miller. Cambridge: MIT Press, forthcoming 2016.

Christian B. Miller. Test of Character: How Good (or Bad) Are We? New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016.

Christian Miller

  1. “Character Traits, Social Psychology, and Impediments to Helping Behavior,” Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy 5 (2010): 1-36.
  2. “Defining Empathy: Thoughts on Coplan's Approach,” Invited paper in The Southern Journal of Philosophy Spindel Volume 49 (2011): 66-72.
  3. “The Problem of Character,” Invited paper in The Handbook of Virtue Ethics. Ed. Stan van Hooft. Durham: Acumen Press, 2014, 418-429.
  4. “The Challenge to Virtue, Character, and Forgiveness from Psychology and Philosophy,” Invited Paper for Symposium on Forgiveness, Philosophia Christi 14 (2012): 125-143.
  5. “Do People have the Virtues or Vices? Some Results from Psychology,” Invited Paper in Ethics and the Challenge of Secularism: Russian and Western Perspectives. Ed. David Bradshaw. Washington D.C.: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2013, 63-88. Reprinted in Russian translation in Eticheskaya Mysl (Ethical Thought). Ed. Abdusalam Guseynov. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Issue 13, 2013, 212-245.
  6. “Moral Realism and Anti-Realism,” Invited paper in The History of Evil. Volume Six. Ed. Jerome Gellman. Acumen Press, forthcoming.
  7. “Russell on Acquiring Virtue,” in Current Controversies in Virtue Theory. Ed. Mark Alfano. New York: Routledge, 2015, 106-117.
  8. “The Real Challenge to Virtue Ethics from Psychology,” The Philosophy and Psychology of Virtue. Ed. Nancy Snow and Franco Trivigno. New York: Routledge, 2014, 15-34.
  9. “Furlong and Santos on Desire and Choice,” Moral Psychology: Free Will and Moral Responsibility. Volume 4. Ed. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014, 367-374.
  10. “Cornell Realism,” “Humean Theory of Motivation,” “Response-Dependent,” “Situationism,” and “Trait” in The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, Third Edition. Ed. Robert Audi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, 216-217, 481, 929, 987-988, and 1072-1073.
  11. “The Psychology of Virtue,” in Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management. Ed. Alejo Sison. Springer, forthcoming 2016.
  12. “Are Most of Us Honest People? Or Dishonest? Or Neither?” [Translated in Polish] in Wposzukiwaniu moralnego charakteru. Ed. Artur Szutta and Natasza Szutta. Academicon Publishing House forthcoming 2015.
  13. “Naturalism and Ethics,” Invited Paper in Blackwell Companion to Naturalism. Ed. Kelly Clark. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing forthcoming 2016.
  14. “Lack of Virtue and Vice: Studies of Aggression and Their Implications for the Empirical Adequacy of Character,” Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics. Volume 4. Ed. Mark Timmons. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, 80-112.
  15. “A New Approach to Character Traits in Light of Psychology,” Invited Paper in Character. Ed. Iskra Fileva. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016.
  16. “Moral Virtues, Epistemic Virtues, and the Big Five,” Naturalizing Epistemic Virtue. Ed. Owen Flanagan and Abrol Fairweather. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014, 92-117.
  17. “Honesty, Cheating, and Character in College,” Invited Paper in the Journal of College and Character. Special Issue on Moral Character (2013): 213-222.
  18. “Integrity,” Invited Paper in the Blackwell International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2013, 1-11.
  19. “Situationism and Free Will,” Invited Paper in Routledge Companion to Free Will. Ed. Meghan Griffith, Kevin Timpe, and Neil Levy. Routledge, forthcoming 2016.
  20. “Empathy as the Only Hope for the Virtue of Compassion and as Support for a Limited Unity of the Virtues.” Philosophy, Theology, and the Sciences. Special Issue on Empathy, Compassion, and Love, (2015): 89-113.
  21. “A Satisfactory Definition of Posttraumatic Growth Still Remains Elusive,” Target Article Commentary, European Journal of Personality (2014): 344-346.
  22. “Virtue as a Trait,” Oxford Handbook of Virtue. Ed. Nancy Snow. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016.
  23. “Does the CAPS Model Improve Our Understanding of Personality and Character?” in From Personality to Virtue. Ed. Jonathan Webber and Alberto Masala. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016.
  24. “New Directions on Character and Situationism,” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. Special Issue on New Directions in Character and Virtue, forthcoming 2016.
  25. “Justice and Moral Psychology,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, forthcoming 2015.
  26. “The Mixed Trait Model of Character Traits and the Moral Domains of Resource Distribution and Theft,” in Character: New Directions from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology. Ed. Christian Miller, R. Michael Furr, Angela Knobel, and William Fleeson. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015.
  27. “Some Foundational Questions about Character” (with Angela Knobel), in Character: New Directions from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology. Ed. Christian Miller, R. Michael Furr, Angela Knobel, and William Fleeson. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015.
  28. “Introduction” (with R. Michael Furr, Angela Knobel, and William Fleeson), in Character: New Directions from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology. Ed. Christian Miller, R. Michael Furr, Angela Knobel, and William Fleeson. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015.
  29. “Virtue Cultivation in Light of Situationism,” in Developing the Virtues: Integrating Perspectives. Ed. Julia Annas, Darcia Narvaez, and Nancy Snow. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016.
  30. “Honesty,” in Moral Psychology, Volume V: Virtue and Happiness. Ed. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Christian B. Miller. Cambridge: MIT Press, forthcoming 2016.
  31. “Reply to Commentators,” in Moral Psychology, Volume V: Virtue and Happiness. Ed. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Christian B. Miller. Cambridge: MIT Press, forthcoming 2016.
  32. “Categorizing Character: Moving Beyond the Aristotelian Framework,” in Varieties of Virtue Ethics. Ed. David Carr. Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2016.

William Fleeson, R. Michael Furr, Eranda Jayawickreme, Peter Meindl, and Erik Helzer

  1. Fleeson, W., & Noftle, E. E. (2012). Personality research. In M. R. Mehl and T. S. Conner (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods for Studying Daily Life. Guilford.
  2. Fleeson,W., Furr, R.M., Meindl, P., & Jayawickreme, E. The Character Project: Background and Rationale for the Psychology Research Portion
  3. Jayawickreme, E. & Di Stefano, P. (2012). How can we study the hero? Integrating persons, situations and communities. Political Psychology, 33 (1), 165-178.
  4. Fleeson, W. (2011). President-Elect column: Is morality the dark matter of personality psychology? P: The online newsletter for personality science (Issue 6, November, 2011).
  5. Fleeson, W. (2012). “Perspectives on the person: Rapid growth and opportunities for integration.” In K. Deaux and M. Snyder (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology (pp. 33-63). New York: Oxford University Press.
  6. Furr, R. M., & Wood, D. (2013). “Differentiating profile similarity, distinctiveness, and normativeness among non-distinguishable profiles: A psychometric model, analytic strategy, and empirical illustration.” Journal of Research in Personality, 47, 233-47.
  7. Noftle, E. E. & Fleeson, W. (in press). “Intraindividual variability in adult personality development.” In M. Diehl, K. Hooker, & M. Sliwinski (Eds.), Handbook of intraindividual variability across the lifespan. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  8. Fleeson, W., Furr, R. M., Jayawickreme, E., Meindl, P., & Helzer, E. G. (2014). Character: The prospects for a personality-based perspective on morality. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8, 178–191. doi:10.1111/spc3.12094
  9. Fleeson, W., Furr, R. M., Jayawickreme, E., Helzer, E. G., & Meindl, P. (In press). Personality science and the foundations of character. To appear in C. Miller, R. M. Furr, A. Knobel, & W. Fleeson (Eds), Character: New Directions from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology. Oxford University Press, New York, NY.
  10. Fleeson, W., & Jayawickreme, E. (2015). Whole trait theory. Journal of Research in Personality, 56, 82-92.
  11. Fleeson, W. & Jayawickreme, E. (2015). What Are Personality Psychologists Especially Suited to Add to the Study of Situations? European Journal of Personality, 29, 392-393.
  12. Fleeson, W. & Jayawickreme, E. (2015). Going Beyond Traits or In Depth into Traits? European Journal of Personality, 29, 327-328.
  13. Fleeson, W., & Furr, R. M. (In press). Do broad character traits exist? When individual differences matter more than the average of people. In I, Fileva (Ed.), Character: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Oxford University Press.
  14. Helzer, E. G., Furr, R. M., Hawkins, A., Barranti, M., Blackie, L. E. R., & Fleeson, W. (2014). Agreement on the perception of moral character. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 1698-1710.
  15. Jayawickreme, E., & Fleeson, W. (forthcoming). Does whole trait theory work for the virtues? In W. Sinnott-Armstrong & C. B. Miller (Eds.) Moral Psychology, Volume V: Virtue and Happiness. Cambridge: MIT Press
  16. Jayawickreme, E., Meindl, P., Helzer, E. G., Furr, R. M., & Fleeson, W. (2014). Virtuous states and virtuous traits: How the empirical evidence regarding the existence of broad traits does not undermine virtue ethics. Theory and Research in Education, 12, 283-308.

Psychology Competition Winners

  1. Cohen, T. R., Panter, A. T., & Turan, N. (2012). “Guilt proneness and moral character.” Current Directions in Psychological Science, 355-359.
  2. Halevy, N., Cohen, T. R., Chou, E. Y., Katz, J. J., & Panter, A. T. (2014). “Mental models at work: Cognitive causes and consequences of conflict in organizations.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40(1), 92-110.
  3. Cohen, T. R., Panter, A. T., Turan, N., Morse, L. A., & Kim, Y. (2013). “Agreement and similarity in self-other perceptions of moral character.” Journal of Research in Personality 47, 816-830.
  4. Pascual, L.; Rodrigues, P., Gallardo-Pujol, D. (2013). “How does morality work in the brain? A structural perspective of moral behavior.” Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 7:65.
  5. Goodwin, G. P., Piazza, J., & Rozin, P. (in press). “Moral character predominates in person perception and evaluation.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
  6. Tenney, E. R., Vazire, S., & Mehl, M. R. (2013). “This examined life: The upside of self-knowledge for interpersonal relationships.” PLoS ONE 8(7).
  7. Konrath, S. & Brown, S. (2012) “The effect of giving on givers.” Handbook of Health and Social Relationships, Nicole Roberts & Matt Newman (Eds.) APA Books, Washington, Chapter 2, 39-64.
  8. Konrath, S. (2013) “The power of philanthropy and volunteering. In Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide. Vol. 6: Interventions to create positive organizations and communities, Felicia Huppert and Cary Cooper (Eds.), Wiley Press.
  9. Konrath, S. (2013) “The empathy paradox.” In Handbook of Research on Technoself: Identity in a Technological Society, Rocci Luppicini (Ed.), IGI Global.
  10. Swain, J. E., Konrath, S., Dayton, C., *Finegood, E., & Ho, S. (in press) “Toward a neuroscience of interactive parent-infant dyad empathy.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36: 438-439.
  11. Konrath, S., Corneille, O., Bushman, B., & Luminet, O. (in press) “The relationship between narcissistic exploitativeness, dispositional empathy, and emotion recognition abilities.” Journal of Nonverbal Behavior.
  12. Novin, S., *Tso, I., & Konrath, S. (in press) “Self-related and other-related pathways to subjective well-being in Japan and the United States. Journal of Happiness Studies.
  13. Konrath, S. & Grynberg, D. (in press) “The positive (and negative) psychology of empathy.” In Watt, D. & Panksepp, J. (Eds) The Neurobiology and Psychology of Empathy. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
  14. Sommerville, J. A., Schmidt, M. L., Yun, J. & Burns, M. (2013). “The development of fairness expectations and prosocial behavior in the second year of life.” Infancy 18, 40-66.
  15. Cohen, T. R., Panter, A. T., Turan, N., Morse, L. A., & Kim, Y. (2014). “Moral character in the workplace.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
  16. Piazza, J., Goodwin, G., Rozin, P., & Royzman, E. (in press). “When Virtue is Not a Virtue: Conditional Virtues in Moral Evaluation.” Social Cognition.
  17. Cohen, T. R., & Morse, L. (forthcoming). “Moral character: What it is and what it does.” In A. P. Brief & B. M. Staw (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior. Elsevier.
  18. Bleidorn, W. and Denissen, J. J. A. (in press). “Virtues in Action – The New Look of Character Traits.” British Journal of Psychology.
  19. Burns, M. P., & Sommerville, J. A. (2014). “I pick you”: The Impact of Fairness and Race on Infants' Selection of Social Partners. Frontiers in Psychology, 5.
  20. Morse, L., & Cohen, T. R. (in press). Virtues and vices in workplace settings: The role of moral character in predicting counterproductive and citizenship behaviors. In A. J. G. Sison (Ed.), Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management. Springer Reference.
  21. Bleidorn, W. (in press) Loving mum and tough career girl – character and virtues in everyday life. In A. J. G. Sison (Ed.). Handbook of virtue ethics in business and management. Heidelberg: Springer.
  22. Goodwin, G. P. (2015). Moral character in person perception. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 38-44.
  23. Piazza, J., Goodwin, G. P., & Rozin, P, & Royzman, E. B. (2014). When a virtue is not a virtue: Conditional virtues in moral evaluation. Social Cognition, 32, 528-558.
  24. Piazza, J., Landy, J. F., & Goodwin, G. P. (2014). Cruel nature: Harmfulness as an important, overlooked dimension in judgments of moral standing. Cognition, 108, 108-124.
  25. Bollich, K. L. and Vazire, S. (in press). Knowing more than we can tell: People are aware of their biased self-perceptions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
  26. Carlson, E. N. and Lawless DesJardins, N. M. (2015). Do mean guys always finish first or just say that they do? Narcissists' awareness of their social status and popularity over time. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
  27. Solomon, B. C. and Vazire, S. (2014). You are so beautiful…to me: Seeing beyond bias and achieving accuracy in romantic relationships. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 107(3), 516-528.
  28. Konrath, S. & Cheung, I. (2013) The fuzzy reality of perceived harms. Commentary in response to McCullough, Kurzban, & Tabak, Cognitive Systems for Revenge and Forgiveness, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36, 26-27.
  29. O'Brien, E., Konrath, S., Gruhn, D. & *Hagen, A.L. (2013) Empathic concern and perspective taking: Linear and quadratic effects of age across the adult lifespan. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 68, 168-175.
  30. Panek, E., *Nardis, Y., & Konrath, S. (2013) Mirror or megaphone? How relationships between narcissism and social networking site use differ on Facebook and Twitter. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2004-2012.
  31. McDougle, L., Handy, F., Konrath, S., & *Walk, M. (2013) Health outcomes and volunteering. The moderating role of religiosity. Social Indicators Research.
  32. Konrath, S. (2013) A critical analysis of the Interpersonal Reactivity Index. MedEdPORTAL Directory and Repository of Educational Assessment Measures (DREAM).
  33. Dempsey, A., Fuhrel-Forbis, A., & Konrath, S. (2014) Use of the Carolina HPV Immunization Attitudes and Beliefs Scale (CHIAS) in Young Adult Women. PLoS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0100193
  34. Konrath, S. (2014) Social (societal) support. In Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide, Sage Reference.
  35. Konrath, S. (2014) Self-esteem, culturally defined. In Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness: An A-to-Z Guide, Sage Reference.
  36. Ho, S., Konrath, S., Brown, S., & Swain, J. (2014) Empathy and stress related neural responses in maternal decision making, Frontiers in Neuroscience, Volume 8, Article 152, doi: 10.3389/fnins.2014.00152
  37. Cascio, C., Konrath, S., & Falk, E. (2014) Social pain seen only in the brain: Narcissists' self-reports after exclusion do not match their neural activations. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience.DOI: 10.1093/scan/nsu072
  38. Konrath, S., Meier, B., & Bushman, B. (2014) Development and validation of the Single Item Narcissism Scale (SINS). PLoS ONE.DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0103469
  39. Chopik, W., Deepti, J., & Konrath, S. (2014) From State of the (You)nion to State of the Self-Interest: Historical changes in presidential speeches from 1790 to 2012, Personality and Individual Differences, 66, 128-133.
  40. O'Donnell, M., Falk, E., & Konrath, S. (2014) Big data in the new media environment. Commentary in response to Bentley, O'Brien, & Brock, Mapping Collective Behavior in the Big-data era, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, 94-95.
  41. Konrath, S., Chopik, W., Hsing, C., & *O'Brien, E. (2014) Changes in attachment styles in American college students over time: A meta-analysis. Personality and Social Psychology Review. doi:10.1177/1088868314530516
  42. Maguire, A. & Konrath, S. (2014) Revolutions, coups, and clashes: Using implicit motivations to predict the severity of intranational political unrest. Journal of Peace Psychology, 20, 267-284.
  43. Konrath, S. & *Bonadonna, J.P. (2014, in press) Narcissism. In The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging, Wiley Press.
  44. Konrath, S. (2014, in press) Positive technology. Using mobile phones for psychosocial interventions. In Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior, Zheng Yan, IGI Global.
  45. Chopik, W., O'Brien, E., Konrath, S., & Schwarz, N. (2014, in press). MLK Day and racial attitudes. Liking the group more but its members less. Political Psychology. doi 10.1111/pops.12171
  46. Bekkers, R., Konrath, S., & Horton-Smith, D.H. (2014, in press) Conducive biological influences (genetics, physiology, neurology, and health). In D.H. Smith, R. Stebbins, & J. Grotz, The Palgrave Research Handbook of Volunteering and Nonprofit Associations.
  47. Konrath, S. & Bonadonna, J.P. (2014, in press) Physiological and health-related correlates of the narcissistic personality. In Besser, A. (Ed.) Psychology of Narcissism, Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
  48. McDougle, L, Walk, M., Konrath, S., & Handy, F. (2014, in press) Religious and secular coping strategies and mortality risk among older adults. Social Indicators Research.
  49. Moore, D. & Konrath, S. (2015) “I can almost taste it:” Why people with strong positive emotions experience higher levels of food craving, salivation, and eating intentions. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 25, 42-59.

Philosophy Competition Winners

  1. Turri, John. “A Conspicuous Art: Putting Gettier to the test.” Philosophers Imprint 13.10 (2013), 1-16.
  2. Turri, John, “Unreliable Knowledge.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (forthcoming).
  3. Turri, John. “Situationism and Cognitive Ability,” in Epistemic Situationism, ed. A. Fairweather and M. Alfano, Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
  4. Turri, John. “Knowledge and Suberogatory Assertion,” Philosophical Studies forthcoming).
  5. Zagzebski, Linda “Moral Exemplars in Theory and Practice.” in special issue of Theory and Research in Education, edited by Randall Curran (forthcoming).
  6. Ahlstrom-Vij, Kristoffer. “Procedural Justice and the Problem of Intellectual Deference.” Episteme (forthcoming).
  7. Jessica Wolfendale, “Military Culture and War Crimes,” in George R. Lucas, Jr. (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Military Ethics (Routledge, forthcoming).
  8. Ahlstrom-Vij, Kristoffer. “The Social Virtue of Blind Deference.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (forthcoming).
  9. King, Nathan L. “Perseverance as an intellectual virtue.” Synthese 191 (15):3501-3523 (2014).
  10. King, Nathan L. “Responsibilist Virtue Epistemology: A Reply to the Situationist Challenge.” Philosophical Quarterly 64 (255):243-253 (2014).
  11. Cokelet, Bradford “Virtue Ethics and the Demands of Social Morality,” Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics, forthcoming.
  12. Stangl, Rebecca. “Neo-Aristotelian Supererogation.” Ethics (forthcoming).
  13. Ahlstrom-Vij, Kristoffer. “Against the Bifurcation of Virtue.” Nous (forthcoming).
  14. Robert K. Garcia & Nathan L. King (forthcoming). “Intellectual Virtue and Classroom Debate.” In Jason Baehr (ed.), Intellectual Virtues and Education: Essays In Applied Virtue Epistemology. Routledge.

Theology Competition Winners

  1. Bucar, Elizabeth. “Cultivating Virtues Through Bodily Acts: The Case of the Islamic Veil” in Cultivating Virtue: Multiple Perspectives, ed. N. Snow, under contract with Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
  2. Cuneo, Terrence. “Transforming the Self: On the Baptismal Rite.” Religious Studies (forthcoming).
  3. Cuneo, Terrence. “Protesting Evil.” Theology Today 70 (January 2014): 430-444.
  4. Cuneo, Terrence. “Liturgical Immersion” Journal of Analytic Theology 2 (2014): 117-139.
  5. Cuneo, Terence. “Ritual Knowledge.” Faith and Philosophy (forthcoming).
  6. Cuneo, Terence. “Love and Liturgy.” Journal of Religious Ethics (forthcoming).
  7. McKaughan, Daniel. “Voles, Vasopressin, and the Ethics of Framing.” Science Vol. 338, No. 6112, 1285.
  8. McKaughan, Daniel. “Backtracking and the Ethics of Framing: Lessons from Voles and Vasopressin.” Accountability in Research 20:3 (2013), 206-226.
  9. Novick, Tzvi. “Overt Acknowledgment of Practical Considerations in Legal Texts from Qumran” in Dead Sea Discoveries (forthcoming).
  10. Novick, Tzvi. “Scripture as Rhetor: A Study in Early Rabbinic Midrash.” in Hebrew Union College Annual (forthcoming).
  11. Yeo, Ray. “Towards a Model of Indwelling: A Conversation with Jonathan Edwards and William Alston.” Journal of Analytic Theology (forthcoming).
  12. Yeo, Ray. “Scripture's Practical Authority and the Response of Faith from a Speech-Act \ Theoretic Perspective.” Heythrop Journal (forthcoming).
  13. Austin, Michael. “Is Humility a Virtue in the Context of Sport?” Journal of Applied Philosophy 31 (2014): 203-214.
  14. Austin, Michael. “Defending Humility: A Philosophical Sketch with Replies to Tara Smith and David Hume,” Philosophia Christi 14 (2012): 461-470.
  15. Cochran, Elizabeth. “The Moral Significance of Religious Affections: A Reformed Perspective on Emotions and Moral Formation.” Studies in Christian Ethics 28.2 (2015).
  16. Cochran, Elizabeth. “Faith, Love, and Stoic Assent: Reconsidering Virtue in the Reformed Tradition.” Journal of Moral Theology 3.1 (2014): 199-227.
  17. Terence Cuneo, Ritualized Faith, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
  18. Mihut, Cristian. “Probing the Logic of Forgiveness, Human and Divine” – Studies in Christian Ethics, August, 2014 (27)
  19. Bucar, Elizabeth. “Secular Fashion, Religious Dress, and Modest Ambiguity: The Visual Ethics of Indonesian Fashion-Veiling,” Journal of Religious Ethics, forthcoming.
  20. Bucar, Elizabeth. “Islam,” The Oxford Handbook of Virtue, ed. Nancy Snow (Oxford: Oxford University Press), forthcoming 2016.

Summer Seminar Participants

  1. Lott, Micah. “Situationism, Skill, and the Rarity of Virtue,” The Journal of Value Inquiry (forthcoming).
  2. Philip Reed, “Empirical Adequacy and Virtue Ethics.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (forthcoming).

Brandon Warmke

  1. Brandon Warmke, Michael McKenna, and Dana Nelkin (eds.). Forgiveness: New Essays. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017.
  2. With Justin Tosi, “Punishment and Forgiveness,” in Handbook of Criminal Justice Ethics. Edited Jonathan Jacobs and Jonathan Jackson. Routledge, forthcoming 2016.
  3. With Paul Hughes, “Forgiveness” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, forthcoming 2016.
  4. With Michael McKenna, “Moral Responsibility and Situationism” Special Issue of the Journal of Moral Philosophy, forthcoming 2016.

Adam Pelser

  1. “Religious Value and Moral Psychology,” with co-author Robert C. Roberts, in Handbook of Value: Perspectives from Economics, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology, ed. Tobias Brosch and David Sander (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015), 375–394.
  2. “Emotion, Evaluative Perception, and Epistemic Justification,” in Emotion and Value, ed. Sabine Roeser and Cain Todd (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), 106–122.
  3. “The Courage of Faith: Kierkegaardian Reflection on the Spiritual Danger of Enjoying Finite Goods,” Philosophia Christi 16, 2 (2014): 377–393.
  4. “Foundational Beliefs and Persuading with Humor: Reflections Inspired by Reid and Kierkegaard,” with co-author Daniel M. Johnson, Faith and Philosophy 31, 3 (2014): 267–285.
  5. “Irrigating Deserts: Thinking with C.S. Lewis about Educating for Emotional Formation,” Christian Scholar’s Review 44, 1 (2014): 27–43.

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