Sanford Diehl is a PhD candidate in Philosophy with research interests in ethics, moral psychology, and social and political philosophy. His dissertation is about the normative significance, partial and impartial, of interpersonal justification. He is also working on a project about the nature and norms of social criticism. At Harvard, he has taught a tutorial on moral epistemology and worked as a teaching fellow for courses on Kant, Marx, moral psychology, and existentialism. He received a BA in Philosophy, with a minor in German, from Columbia University.
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