My research interest is in value theory, broadly construed. I’m particularly
interested in the lessons that we can learn from different branches of
normativity (normative ethics, rationality, epistemology and law). Much of my
research explores the parallels between issues arising in these domains and those arising in philosophy of agency (including action theory and work on responsibility). I also
have research interests in social philosophy, in particular, philosophy of race.
News and Events
14 June: Keynote at Nottingham-Birmingham Graduate Conference @ University of Nottingham
7-8 June: Presenting on philosophy of race at GRSelona4 @ Universitat de Barcelona.
31 May - 1 June: Legal Philosophy Workshop @ Rutgers University,
I'm an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of
Nottingham. I received my Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Southern
St. Heliers Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
aness [dot] webster [at] nottingham [dot] ac [dot] uk