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Scholarly Interest Report
         
Timothy Schroeder
Professor
Professor of Philosophy
 
e-mail:Timothy.A.Schroeder@rice.edu
 
  • Ph.D. Philosophy (1998) Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA
  • B.A. Philosophy (1993) University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canadas
 
Primary Department
   Department of Philosophy
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Websites
 Tim Schroeder's Personal Website
 
Research Areas
 Philosophy of Mind; Moral Psychology; Desire; Free Will; Consciousness; Addiction; Mental Disorder; Pleasure
 
Teaching Areas
 Philosophy of Mind; Philosophy of Psychology; Introduction to Philosophy; Introduction to Cognitive Science; Moral Psychology; Epistemology; Ethics
 
Selected Publications
 Refereed articles
 

Wes Cray and Timothy Schroeder "An Ontology of Ideas." Journal of the American Philosophical Association, 1 (2015) : 757-775.

 
 Articles
 

Arpaly, N. and Schroeder, T. 2015. “A Causal Theory of Acting for Reasons.” American Philosophical Quarterly. Special Issue eds. John Brunero and Eric Wiland. 103-14.

 
 

Arpaly, N. and Schroeder, T. 2014. “Précis of In Praise of Desire.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 89, 490-95.

 
 

Arpaly, N. and Schroeder, T. 2014. “Replies to Critics.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 89, 509-15.

 
 Books
 

Arpaly, N. and Schroeder, T. 2014. In Praise of Desire. New York: Oxford University Press.

 
 

Schroeder, T. 2004. Three Faces of Desire. New York: Oxford University Press.

 
 Book chapters
 

Everett, A. and Schroeder, T. 2015. “Ideas for Stories.” Brock, S. and Everett, A. (eds.). Fictional Objects. New York: Oxford University Press. 275-93.

 
 

Schroeder, T. 2015. “Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Moral Agency.” In D. Shoemaker (ed.) Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility: Volume 3. New York: Oxford University Press. 85-103.

 
 

Schroeder, T. 2014. “Long-term and Short-term Intentions in Psychological Theory,

            Neurotechnology, and Free Will.” In Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (ed.), Moral Psychology,

            Volume 4: Free Will and Moral Responsibility. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 183-9.

 
 

Schroeder, T. and Arpaly, N. 2014. “The Reward Theory of Desire in Moral Psychology.” Moral Psychology and Human Agency: Philosophical essays on the new science of ethics. Justin D’Arms and Dan Jacobson (eds.) Oxford: Oxford University Press. 186-214.

 
Presentations
 Conference Paper
 

2015 (April) Emotional and Physical Suffering: Roles and Values (Bochum, Germany)

            Schroeder, T. “Perceiving Things as Worse”

 
 

2015 (July) Suffering’s Role and Value (Glasgow, UK)

            Schroeder, T. “Perceiving Things as Worse”

 
 Invited Papers
 

2015 (September) Conference on Desire and Action (Antwerp, Belgium)

            Schroeder, T. “The Reward System Does Not Represent Value”