Kevin Mills (Postdoc)

Kevin received his PhD from Indiana University in 2019. His research looks primarily at metaethical questions about first-order normative reasoning, especially the role empirical knowledge can and cannot play therein. He also has significant research interests in the emerging field of the ethics of artificial intelligence; one question he looks at there has to do with whether and how philosophical accounts of normative reasoning (especially in the Aristotelean and Kantian traditions) can be brought to bear on the creation of artificial intelligences capable of sophisticated moral reasoning.