Michelle Mason
Associate Professor of Philosophy

Department of Philosophy
University of Minnesota
831 Heller Hall
271 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455

phone: 612-625-6563
fax: 612-626-8380
email: mason043<at>umn<dot>edu

MICHELLE MASON (Ph.D. University of Chicago, 2001) specializes in ethics, moral psychology, and theories of practical reason. She has received fellowships from the McKnight Foundation (University of Minnesota McKnight Land-Grant Professorship for 2005-2007), Harvard University's Center for Ethics and the Professions (Faculty Fellow in Ethics, 2002-2003), and Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellow, 1999-2000), as well as research support from the Andrew Mellon Foundation. Her current research examines the shape that a successful defense of the rationality of moral action, centered on the concept of a practical virtue, might take. Among her more general interests in moral psychology is a concern to better understand attitudes that take persons as their intentional objects; some of her recent work in this area includes investigations of contempt and shame as moral attitudes.

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