Robert Noggle

 

Professor of Philosophy

Central Michigan University

Department of Philosophy & Religion

  

 


Campus Address: Anspach 282
Email: R.Noggle@cmich.edu
Homepage: http://www.chsbs.cmich.edu/Robert_Noggle
Telephone: (989) 774-2651

Degree:

    Ph.D., The University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995

 

Teaching:

    Ethical Theory, Moral Philosophy

 

Research Interests:

    Moral theory (and its relation to human nature and the nature of persons), moral psychology (esp. personal autonomy and moral development), the moral status of children, business ethics

 

Current Research Projects:

    A book about personal autonomy; ongoing work on the debate over the limits of moral obligation

 

Select Publications::

    Books:
      Taking Responsibility For Children (co-edited with Samantha Brennan) Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2007
    Articles:
      “Autonomy and the Paradox of Self-Creation” (in Taylor ed., Personal Autonomy [Cambridge, 2004]; “From the Nature of Persons to the Structure of Morality” ( Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 2001); “Resisting the Seductive Appeal of Consequentialism” ( Utilitas, 2003); “Special Agents: Children’s Autonomy and Parental Authority” (in Archer and McLeod eds., The Moral and Political Status of Children [Oxford, 2002]); "Manipulative Actions" ( American Philosophical Quarterly, 1997); “Autonomy, Value, and Conditioned Desire” ( American Philosophical Quarterly, 1995); “Rollovers, Radials, and Responsibility: A Study of the Ford-Firestone Case” ( Journal of Business Ethics and A. Gini, ed., Case Studies in Business Ethics [Prentice Hall, 2005])

     

    Awards:

      CMU Provost’s Award for Outstanding Research & Creative Activity, 2002; CMU Research Professor, 2002

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