Harry R. Lloyd

harry [dot] lloyd [at] yale [dot] edu

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Yale University, 2020-2026:

  • Graduate:
    • Value theory
      • Moral Emotions (Stephen Darwall)
      • Ethics and the Future (Shelly Kagan)
      • Cognitive Science of Morality (Joshua Knobe)
      • Normative Ethics (Shelly Kagan)
      • Theories of Distributive Justice: Formal Models of Political Theory (John Roemer)
      • Normative Jurisprudence* (Gideon Yaffe)
    • Metaphysics and 'core'
      • Proseminar (Michael Della Rocca & L. A. Paul)
      • Social Ontology (Robin Dembroff)
      • The Self Over Time: Psychological and Philosophical Approaches (Paul Bloom & L. A. Paul)
      • Metaphysics Meets Cognitive Science: Objects, Causation, Time, and Self (L. A. Paul & Brian Scholl)
      • Methods in Metaphysics* (Robin Dembroff)
    • Logic and probability
      • Mathematical Logic (Sun-Joo Shin)
      • Computability and Logic (Sun-Joo Shin)
      • Philosophy of Probability* (Alexander Meehan)
    • History
      • Scepticism: Ancient and Modern (Michael Della Rocca)
  • Reading groups:
    • Vagueness, by Kit Fine
    • Entangled Empathy, by Lori Gruen
    • Moral Uncertainty, by William MacAskill, Krister Bykvist, and Toby Ord (co-convenor)

Harvard University, 2020:

  • Graduate:
    • Ancient Chinese Ethics (Seth Robertson)

Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, 2016-2019:

  • Advanced undegraduate:
    • Plato's Republic (in translation)
    • Philosophical Logic
    • Ethics
    • Plato's Dialogues*
    • Practical Ethics*
    • Game Theory
    • Microeconomic Analysis
    • Microeconomics
    • Macroeconomics
    • Quantitative Economics
  • 1st-year undergraduate:
    • Introduction to Philosophy (basic metaphyics, epistemology, logic, and Mill's Utilitarianism)
    • Introduction to Politics (political science, political theory, Marx's Communist Manifesto, and de Tocqueville's Democracy in America)
    • Introduction to Economics

NB: * indicates 'audited'