Karen Jones is senior lecture in philosophy at the University of Melbourne, where she also serves as Assistant Dean, Equal Opportunity and Diversity. She works on metaethics, moral psychology, and epistemology. Much of her work is from a feminist perspective. She is currently coediting The Many Moral Rationalisms (Oxford University Press) and the Routledge Handbook of Moral Epistemology. Past work includes “Trustworthiness” (Ethics 2012), “The Politics of Intellectual Self-Trust” (Social Epistemology 2012) and “Distrusting the trustworthy” (in Reading Onora O’Neill 2013). While at Princeton, she will work on a book project investigating trust and trustworthiness in both practical and epistemic contexts titled: Counting on One Another: A theory of trust and trustworthiness.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow
(University of Melbourne)
Room 113, 5 Ivy Lane