Dr. Corey Katz
- Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO
- Ph.D., Philosophy, 2016
- University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada
- M.A., Contemporary Theory and Criticism, 2007
- University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
- B.A., Philosophy and Political Science, 2005
- Center for Ethics and Human Values, Department of Philosophy, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
- Postdoctoral Researcher in the Ethics of Sustainable Development, 2016-2018
- Courses taught at Georgian Court
- PL245 – Philosophical Inquiry
- PL300 – Philosophical Ethics
- GEN199 – Discovering Self in the Big Universe
- Courses taught at other institutions
- Environmental ethics
- Politics and ethics of climate change
- Biomedical ethics
- Philosophy and the law
Research / Creativity Interest Area
- What sort of environment do we owe to people in the future and why?
- How should we think about the ethical responsibilities of a single individual in the face of large-scale, complex, aggregate environmental problems?
- Climate change has been called a “super-wicked problem.” If it really is so hard to address climate change, does climate ethics require less than we might think? What is the relationship between normative theorizing and various feasibility constraints?
- Forthcoming. “The ethical duty to reduce the ecological footprint of industrialized health care services and facilities,” The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy.
- 2019. “Veganism as a food ethic,” (with Tristram McPherson), The Handbook of Eating and Drinking, Herbert L. Meiselman, ed., Springer, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-75388-1_85-1
- 2018. “Contractualism, person-affecting wrongness and the non-identity problem,” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 21, No. 1 (February), pp. 103-119.
- 2017. “Neorepublicanism and the domination of posterity,” Ethics, Policy & Environment, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 294-313.
- 2017. “Climate change justice,” (with Idil Boran) Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. https://www.rep.routledge.com/articles/thematic/climate-change-justice/v-1
- Mock ethics committee meetings
- Formal in-class debates
- Group presentations
- Newspaper articles, legal cases, YouTube clips and films
- Mock climate negotiation