For the Record
‘For the Record’ is a feature where our Fellows-in-Residence have a chance to present some research ideas informally, reflect on their experience at the Center, or report on Center events.
This month's post is from Brendan de Kenessey, who received his PhD in Philosophy from MIT. De Kenessey is a moral philosopher whose research aims to show how we can illuminate a wide range of moral phenomena by appreciating the pervasive role that the activity of joint decision-making (or joint practical deliberation, as he calls it) plays in our social interactions. Read more