Stephen G. Morris is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at The College of Staten Island/CUNY. His research interests include ethical theory, the philosophy of biology, free will, and moral psychology. He has authored or co-authored several published articles, including “Vargas-Style Revisionism and the Problem of Retributivism,” “In Defense of the Hedonistic Account of Happiness,” and “Is Incompatibilism Intuitive?” In 2008 Stephen received a Distinguished Professor Award with distinction in the area of Scholarship/Creative Activity from Missouri Western State University. Stephen received Missouri Western State University’s James V. Mehl Outstanding Faculty Scholarship Award in 2009. His first book, Science and the End of Ethics, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2015 (scroll down on this page to read more about this book).
Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track)
College of Staten Island (CUNY), Staten Island, NY