The work of Claudia Card was featured prominently in her Carus Lectures, delivered by proxy, at the 2016 APA Central Division Meeting last week. The field mourns the loss of an important philosopher. Card was a scholar who used her substantial intellect to discuss many issues relevant to the contemporary world, from environmentalism, to the treatment of individuals within the LGBT community (which was the topic of one of Card’s Carus lectures at the Central Meeting). For those of you interested in finding out more, here are some of her most recognized works:
- The Atrocity Paradigm: A Theory of Evil
- The Unnatural Lottery: Character and Moral Luck
- Lesbian Choices
What are you reading?