Jennifer Baker is a graduate of Brown University (B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science, 1995) and the University of Arizona (Ph.D., 2003). Her research is on virtue ethics, and she looks to ancient ethical theories as positive examples of how ethics ought to be done today. She teaches courses on ethical and political theory, environmental ethics and philosophy, business ethics, bioethics, and American philosophy.
2003 - Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Arizona
1995 - B.A., Philosophy and Political theory, Brown University
- Virtue theory
- Contemporary ethical theory
- Applied ethics
- Political theory
"Virtue Ethics and Practical Guidance," Social Philosophy and Policy 30 (1-2):297-313 (2013).
"Children's Agency, Interests, and Medical Consent," HEC Forum, 25 (4):311-324 (2013).
"Procrastination" - Interview on To the Best of Our Knowledge January 23, 2011.
"How to Justify the Market", Accepting the Invisible Hand, Mark White, ed. Perspectives from Social Economics Series. Palgrave MacMillon Press, November, 2010.
"Procrastination as Vice", The Thief of Time, Chrisoula Andreou, ed. Oxford University Press, March 2010.
"Virtue and Behavior", Review of Social Economy: Incorporating Ethical Theory into Models of Economic Choice, Volume 67, Issue 1, March 2009, pp. 3-24. Accepted for reprint in forthcoming volume.
"Virtue Ethics", Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, Robert Kolb, ed., SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, 2008, pp. 2191-2196. Recipient of the CHOICE award for Outstanding Academic Title.