MORAL DISPOSITIONALISM

 

Einar Duenger Bøhn

 

My postdoctoral project concerned the metaphysics of morality, and in particular moral supervenience. I argue for the view that we can have moral objectivity without sui generis moral ontology. Moral thought and talk is just another way of conceptualizing the same reality underlying non-moral thought and talk. I also explore to what extent the moral conceptualizations are individuated by particular emotions.

Selected publications (see personal website):

http://folk.uio.no/einardb/

"An argument against the necessity of unrestricted composition", Analysis Vol.69, No.1, January 2009, pp.25-29.
"Must There Be a Top Level?", Philosophical Quarterly Vol.59, No.235, April 2009, pp.193-201.

I have also given several academic as well as non-academic talks, and made some contributions to public debate in various places.


Einar Duenger bØHN (BOHN)


PhD in Philosophy (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Assistant professor at Department for Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas (IFIKK), University of Oslo.
CSMN Affiliate 2008-Present, University of Oslo.

Postal address: Etikkprogrammet, Postboks 1020 Blindern, 0315 OSLO

Visiting address: IFIKK/CSMN, Georg Morgenstiernes Building 6th floor, room 643 (Blindernveien 31 - entry from Molkte Moes vei)

E-post: e.d.bohn@ifikk.uio.no

Phone (office): ++47 - 22 85 69 47

Phone (mobile): ++47 - 917 14143

Stipend from the Ethics Programme:
Postdoctoral Fellowship 2009-2011