Adam Taylor, Ph.D., is a UB Philosophy alumnus, and has been a (full-time) lecturer in philosophy at North Dakota State University in Fargo since 2013. His research interests are primarily in metaphysics and the philosophy of religion with a healthy sideline in ethics and well-being.
“Dualism, Panpsychism, and the Moral Status of Brainless Embryos” with David Hershenov 2016. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. Special Issue on Personal Identity and Bioethics. 2:4, 593– 601.
“Personal Identity and the Possibility of Autonomy.” With David Hershenov. Dialectica. Forthcoming
“Can Ordinary Materialists be Autonomous?” With David Hershenov. 2016. Philosophia Christi. 18:2, 385-405