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David Holiday

Ethics Fellow

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Contact David Holiday
843-349-5058 dholiday@coastal.edu

EHFA 217

The good man cannot be harmed.” – Socrates

Program Affiliations

Jackson Center for Ethics and Values, Philosophy and Religious Studies

Education

Ph.D. University of Chicago

M.Sc. Edinburgh University

B.A. Balliol College, Oxford University

Biography

David Holiday received his B.A. in Philosophy and Psychology from Balliol College, Oxford, an M.Sc. in Philosophy from Edinburgh University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. He is currently serving as postdoctoral Ethics Fellow in the Jackson Center for Ethics and Values at Coastal Carolina University (S.C.). He teaches and conducts research in normative ethics and moral philosophy, concentrating on moral psychology, action theory and the history of ethics; and the philosophy of human rights, where he focuses on the foundational normative concepts which help orient, shape and direct contemporary discourse and practice in global justice. Outside of philosophy, he is a passionate cook, baker and butcher, a Japanese speaker, and a devoted fan of the Arsenal, the Chicago Blackhawks, Bears and White Sox, and MMA.

Teaching Areas

Moral Philosophy, Ethics, Human Rights

Research Areas

History of moral philosophy, Character, Human Rights theory

Fore more information, visit http://daholiday.wordpress.com/