College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Campus Locations: Moscow
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
With UI Since 2010
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2008
B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Washington University, 1999
Rationality and Practical Philosophy (Ethics, Social Philosophy, and Political Philosophy)
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.
"How Reasons Bear on Intentions," Ethics, forthcoming
Pragmatism, Law, and Language (ed.), Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy, forthcoming
Introduction, Pragmatism, Law, and Language, Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy
"Digital Music and Public Goods," to be included in the forthcoming Listening Spaces anthologyWorks under Review
"Representations of Ideal Rationality in Accounts of Action"
"Answerability without Answers"
"Is There a Mechanism of Critical Reasoning?"
"Alief and Explanation"Works in Progress
"Wikileaks, Democracy, and the Institution of the Press"
"On the Ethics of Self-Deception"
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