Michael Gill

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Qualifications

EDUCATION:
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 1995. Dissertation: “Human
Nature and the Accessibility of Morality in Cudworth, Hutcheson, and Hume.”
Advisor: Simon Blackburn.
M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 1992. Master’s Thesis: “Kant’s
Second Formulation of the Categorical Imperative.” Advisor: Thomas E. Hill.
B.A., Occidental College, May 1987. Major: Philosophy

Biography

EMPLOYMENT:
Chair in Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, June 2020-present
Professor, Philosophy, University of Arizona, July 2014-May 2020
Associate Professor, Philosophy, University of Arizona, July 2007-June 2014
Assistant Professor, Philosophy, University of Arizona, August 2003-June 2007
Assistant Professor, Philosophy, College of Charleston, August 1999-May 2003
Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Purdue University, August 1995–May 1999

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