Christina Friedlaender

Education

M.A. Philosophy, Binghamton University at SUNY, 2014
B.A. Philosophy (Honors) and B.A. Women's Studies, Portland State University, 2012

Research

AOS

Social and Political Philosophy, Collective Intentionality

AOC

Ethics, Applied Ethics (esp. Environmental Ethics)

Dissertation

"Sharing Intentions Under Non-Ideal Conditions" (working title)
Chair: Deborah Tollefsen

Publications

"Resisting Oppression Together: Shared Intentions and Unequal Agents." In Collectivity: Ontology, Ethics and Social Justice (working title). Eds, Kendy Hess, Violetta Igneski, and Tracy Isaacs. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. (Forthcoming)

"On Microaggressions: Cumulative Harm and Individual Responsibility." Hypatia. (Forthcoming)

Tollefsen, Deborah Perron, and Christina Friedlaender. "Collective Intentionality." 2017. Philosophy of Mind and Psychology. Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online.

Select Presentations

"Resisting Oppression Together: Participatory Intentions and Unequal Agents." Panel: TBA. American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, 2018.

"On Political Affordances: Eco-Cognitive Constraints on Joint Action, Value Foreclosure, and the Duty to Organize." Panel: Collective Agents and Global Structural Injustice. MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory. University of Manchester, 2017.

"Is the International Community a Collective Moral Agent?" Panel: Moral Agency. American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, 2017.

"On Microaggressions: Cumulative Harm and Individual Responsibility." Panel: Addressing Historical Wrongs. American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, 2016.

"It Wasn't Me: Moral Responsibility and the First-Person Plural." Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable. University of South Florida, 2016.

"Climate Change and Moral Obligation: Rethinking Ontological Divisions Between Individuals and the Collective." International Association for Environmental Philosophy at the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, 2014.

"Against a Postmodern Interpretation of Standpoint Epistemology: An Examination of Strong Objectivity and Anti-Essentialism." International Symposium on Social Epistemology. Canadian Society for Epistemology. University of Sherbrooke, Canada, 2013.

Teaching

Courses taught

Biomedical Ethics (University of Memphis, Fall 2017)
Fundamental Issues in Philosophy (University of Memphis, Fall 2017)
Introduction to Philosophy (Binghamton University, Spring 2015)

Contact

Office: Clement Hall 313
Office hours: by appointment
Email: cwarne@memphis.edu