Andrew Schroeder is an associate professor of philosophy at Claremont McKenna College. His research and teaching cover a range of issues in ethics, political philosophy, and the philosophy of science, with a special focus on problems that lie at their intersection. His recent articles have appeared in Philosophy of Science, Philosophical Studies, Public Health Ethics, the Journal of Moral Philosophy, and the British Journal for Philosophy of Science. At Princeton, he will be completing a short book on disability and well-being, as well as working on the ethics of presenting complex scientific information. He will explore, for example, what ethical principles should guide scientists when choosing between alternative statistical representations of the same data? To what extent should scientists tailor the presentation of their results to reflect ethical and political values, such as an aversion to inequality or norms of personal responsibility?
Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow
(Claremont McKenna College)
Room 214, 5 Ivy Lane