Don Hubin

Professor, Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences; Director, Center for Ethics and Human Values

Professor Hubin specializes in ethics, philosophy of law, and political philosophy. He has worked on a variety of topics, including theories of distributive justice and the nature and justification of cost/benefit analysis under an NSF grant. He currently has two primary research interests: first, the nature of practical rationality and the relationship between morality and rationality; and, second, the nature and basis of parental rights and responsibilities.

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PhD, Philosophy, University of Arizona
MA, Philosophy, University of Arizona
BA, Philosophy, University of California, Davis