Jason Baehr

Associate Professor of Philosophy (on sabbatical)

Jason BaehrPh.D., University of Washington, Seattle, 2002

Specialties: Epistemology, Virtue Theory

Current Projects: papers and a grant project applying virtue epistemology to educational theory and practice; a paper on virtue for the Oxford Handbook of the Epistemology of Theology (ed. Fred Aquino and William Abraham); a paper on wisdom.

Selected Publications:

"Sophia," forthcoming in Virtues and Their Vices, eds. Kevin Timpe and Craig Boyd [Oxford University Press, 2013].

"Must Knowledge Be Virtuously Motivated?" Debate co-authored with Linda Zagzebski, forthcoming in the second edition of Blackwell's Contemporary Debates in Epistemology, eds. Matthias Steup and John Turri (2013).

"The Cognitive Demands of Intellectual Virtue," forthcoming in Knowledge, Virtue, and Action, eds. David Schweikard and Tim Henning [Routledge, 2013].

"Credit Theories and the Value of Knowledge," Philosophical Quarterly 62 (2012): pp. 1-22.

The Inquiring Mind: On Intellectual Virtues and Virtue Epistemology [ Oxford University Press, 2011].

Contact Information:

Phone: 310-338-4486
Email: jbaehr@lmu.edu
Website: http://myweb.lmu.edu/jbaehr