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Contact & Location

Moscow

Philosophy Department

Physical Address:
332 Administration Building
PHONE: (208) 885-7107
FAX: (208) 885-5102
E-MAIL: phil@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
Philosophy Department
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3173, 83844-3173
Moscow, ID 83844-1110

Graham Hubbs

Graham Hubbs


Office: Administration Building 302A
Phone: (208) 885-6284
Email: hubbs@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: Philosophy Department - University of Idaho
MS 3173
Moscow, Idaho 83844

College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Philosophy Department
Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Campus Locations: Moscow
With UI Since 2010


  • Biography

    Graham's research focuses on the connection between rationality and practical philosophy.  It examines this connection in both directions: it analyzes what it is for rationality to be practical and what it means to describe a practice as rational. Graham's writing thus ranges from essays in moral psychology on practical reason to papers in political philosophy on press freedom and digital file-sharing.

  • Selected Publications
    Journal Articles

    "On Humean Explanation and Practical Normativity," Journal of the American Philosophical Association 1, forthcoming

    "Transparency, Corruption, and Democratic Institutions," 
    Les ateliers de l’éthique / The Ethics Forum 9:1 (2014): 65-83

    "How Reasons Bear on Intentions," Ethics 124:1 (2013): 84-100

    "Alief and Explanation," Metaphilosophy 44:5 (2013): 604-20

    "Answerability without Answers," Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy 7:3 (August 2013): 1-15

    Book Chapters

    "Some Varieties of Pragmatism," introduction to Pragmatism, Law, and Language (eds. Graham Hubbs and Douglas Lind), Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy, 2014

    "Teaching Philosophy by Designing a Wikipedia Page," Experiential Learning in the Philosophy Classroom (ed. Julinna Oxley), Lexington Books, forthcoming

    "Digital Music and Public Goods,"
    Listening Spaces (eds. Richard Randall and Richard Purcell), forthcoming

    Books Edited

    Pragmatism, Law, and Language (ed. with Douglas Lind), Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy, 2014

    Works under Review or in Progress - please do not cite without permission

    "On the Prescriptive Meaning of Imperatives" (with Matthew Chrisman)


    "Saying 'So': Transparency and Transition"

    "Self-deceptive Resistance to Self-knowledge"

    "Is there a Mechanism of Critical Reasoning?"

  • Awards and Honors
    Visiting Professor Fellowship, LUISS Guido Carli, Rome, Italy, 2013

    Seed Grant for “WikiLeaks and 21st-Century Democracy: An Ethical Analysis,” University of Idaho, 2011-2012


    Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, U. S. Department of Education, 2001-2005 


    Fulbright Fellowship to Italy, Institute of International Education, 1999-2000