James Fritz, Ph.D.
915 W. Franklin St., Room 209
- Ph.D., Philosophy, Ohio State University, 2019
- M.A.T., Secondary English Education, American University, 2010
- B.A. (honors), Philosophy, University of North Carolina, 2008
- “Hope, Worry, and Suspension of Judgment.” Forthcoming in the Canadian Journal of Philosophy.
- “Fitting Anxiety and Prudent Anxiety.” 2021. Synthese vol. 199, pp. 8555–8578.
- “Moral Encroachment and Reasons of the Wrong Kind.” 2020. Philosophical Studies vol. 177, pp. 3051–3070.
- “Conciliationism and Moral Spinelessness.” 2018. Episteme vol. 15, issue 1, pp. 101-118.
- “Pragmatic Encroachment and Moral Encroachment.” 2017. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly vol. 98, issue 51, pp. 643-661.
For a full list of publications, please visit Dr. Fritz's PhilPeople profile.
- Introduction to Ethics (PHIL 201)
- Metaethics (PHIL 328)
- Social and Political Philosophy (PHIL 335)
- Routledge, Taylor, and Francis Prize, 2021. Awarded by the American Philosophical Association for best article by a philosopher in a contingent position.
- Innovations in Teaching and Student Engagement Award, 2021. Awarded by VCU's College of Humanities and Sciences.
- Ohio State Presidential Fellowship, 2018. Awarded by the Graduate School of the Ohio State University.