Cory Davia, PhD

Visiting Assistant Professor

Department:
Philosophy
Areas of Expertise:
Ethics and Moral Issues

  • Biography
  • Education
  • Research and Publications

Cory Davia is joining the Philosophy Department as a Visiting Assistant Professor. He specializes in ethics, metaethics, and philosophy of action. His research addresses questions about the role of reflection in practical agency, the nature of reasons for action, and the relationship between morality and rationality. Cory also works on the scholarship of teaching and learning, where his research focuses on how to help students learn from discussion.

PhD in Philosophy, UC San Diego (2020); MA in Philosophy, UW Milwaukee (2012); BA in Philosophy, Poltiics, and Economics, Claremont McKenna College (2010)
  • "Reflection Without Regress" (2018) Pacific Philosophical Quarterly

  • "Moral Deference and Deference to an Epistemic Peer" (2015) Philosophical Quarterly (coauthored with Michele Palmira)

  • "Using Deliberate Practice to Help Students Learn from Discussion" forthcoming in Teaching Gradually: Practical Pedagogy, for Graduate Students by Graduate Students