Dr Daniela Dover
Tutor in Philosophy, Associate Professor in Philosophy
My research is in ethics, moral psychology, and social and political philosophy. I am currently writing about how our ideas about what makes for a good conversation interact with our conceptions of the self and of democratic community. In the past few years, I have taught seminars on Plato, feminism, Kant’s aesthetics, Hannah Arendt, the history of humanism, and the methodology of moral and political philosophy.
For recent papers and draft manuscripts, please visit danieladover.net.