Dr Elinor Mason
Dr Mason joined the department in 2004. Previously she was an assistant professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder and before that at Arizona State University. Dr Mason got her PhD at Reading. She is currently working on a book-length defense of consequentialism, and is also doing work on the idea of moral responsibility.
- 'We Make No Promises', in Philosophical Studies 123, 2005, pp. 33-46.
- 'Consequentialism and The Principle of Indifference', in Utilitas 16, Nov 2004, pp. 316-321.
- 'Consequentialism and the Ought implies Can principle', in American Philosophical Quarterly 40, 2003 pp. 319-331.
- 'Against Blameless Wrongdoing', in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 5, 2002, pp. 287-303.
- 'Do Consequentialists Have One Thought Too Many?' in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 2, 1999, pp. 243-261.
- 'Can an Indirect Consequentialist be a Real Friend?' in Ethics 108, January 1998, pp. 386-393.
- On research leave