Ben Bramble is a senior lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool. His main research interests are moral and political philosophy. He has proposed a new kind of hedonism about well-being on which diversity of pleasure is intrinsically valuable. He has also argued that only lifetime well-being, rather than temporal well-being (i.e., momentary or periodic), is intrinsically normatively significant [“The Passing of Temporal Well-Being” (Routledge, 2018)]. While at Princeton, he will be working on a book about the ethics of AI.