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Curriculum Vitae

Permanent address:
221 Mt. Auburn Street (707)
Cambridge, MA 02138

Current appointments:
Philosophy Department
Tufts University
Department of Social Medicine
Harvard Medical School

1951, University of Chicago, B.A.
1954, Yale University, M.A.
Thesis: A Theory of the Comic
1984, Princeton University, M.A.
Department of Anthropology
Projected Ph. D. Dissertation: Living in Two Moral Worlds
1961, Yale University, Ph.D.
Dissertation: Self Reference and the Theory of Error
1998, Certificate in Professional Mediation, Metropolitan Mediation Services

2004-2007, Visiting Professor, Harvard University
2003-2004, Visiting Orick Professor, Yale University
1995-2003, Professor in the History of Ideas, Brandeis University
2002- , Lecturer in Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
1993-95, Professor of Philosophy, Mt. Holyoke College,
1961-88, Assistant Professor- Distinguished Professor, Rutgers University
1957-61, Instructor and Assistant Professor, Wheaton College (Mass)

AWARDS AND HONORS1956-57, Fellow, American Association of University Women
1968-69, Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies
1968-69, Fellow, Center for Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences
1971-73, Fellow, King's College, Cambridge
1977-78, 1984-85 Visiting Honorary Research Associate, Philosophy, Harvard University
1980-81, Member, Institute for Advanced Study
1980, 1982, 1989, 1992, Director, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminars
May-June 1984, Visiting Research Fellow, Maison de Sciences de l'Homme
July-August 1984, Research Fellow, Rockefeller Bellagio Study Center
1985-86, Visiting Scholar, Radcliffe College
1986-91, Matina Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor, Radcliffe College
1987-92, Hannah Obermann Professor
1988 Baumgardt Lecturer, American Philosophical Association
1990-91, John Simon Guggenheim Fellow
1993-94, Woodrow Wilson Fellow (declined)
1993-94, National Humanities Center Fellow (declined)
1994-95 National Humanities Center Fellow (declined)
1994-1995 Woodrow Wilson Center Fellow
Summer 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, Visiting Scholar, Williams College
2001-2, Distinguished Woman Philosopher of the Year, Society for Women in Philosophy
Summer 2005 Fellow, Clark Art Institute
2007-8 Fellow, National Humanities Center

l. Editorial Boards: Ethics; Australasian Journal of Philosophy;
Metaphilosophy; The Philosophical Archives; Telos; American Philosophical Quarterly; Ratio; Journal of Social Philosophy;
History of Philosophy Quarterly
2. Advisory Board: Yale Center for Independent Studies
3. Executive Committee, American Philosophical Association
4. Committee on International Cooperation, APA
5. Chairperson, Committee on the Status of Women, APA
6. Program Committee, APA
7. Eastern Divisional Representative, APA
8. Nominating Committee, APA
9. Committee on Lectures, Publications and Research, APA
10. The Council for Philosophical Studies

1993-95, Visiting Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education
1986-91, Matina Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor, Radcliffe
1986-89, Visiting Hannah Obermannn Professor (part-time), Brandeis University
1987-88, Visiting Hannah Obermann Professor (part-time), Tufts University
1984-86, Visiting Professor, Boston University
1981-82, Visiting Professor, University of Illinois
Summer 1981, Visiting Professor, Jilin University, People's Republic of China
June-August, 1977 and 1979, Visiting Professor, University of Melbourne
Summer 1978, Visiting Professor, University of California at Santa Cruz
Spring 1977, Visiting Professor, University of Pennsylvania
Summer 1973, Visiting Associate Professor, University of California at Berkeley
1971-73, Visiting Lecturer, Cambridge University
1968-69, Visiting Associate Professor, Haverford College
Summer 1968, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara
1962-63, Visiting Assistant Professor, Princeton University
1962-63, Visiting Assistant Professor, Barnard College

I have served on selection committees for the ACLU, the NEH, the Bunting Institute, the National Humanities Center, the Phi Beta Kappa Romanell Lecture, Woodrow Wilson Center, Baumgardt Lctureship, Guggenheim Fellowship

1. Mind in Action, Beacon Press, 1988, reprinted in paperback, 1991
2. Editor, Pragmatic Philosophy, Doubleday, 1966.
3. Editor, The Identities of Persons, University of California Press, 1976.
(Two essays of mine appear in this book.)
4. Editor, Explaining Emotions, University of California Press, 1976.
(Two essays of mine appear in this book.)
5. Editor, Essays on Aristotle's Ethics, University of California Press, 1980.
(Two essays of mine appear in this book.)
6. Editor, Essays on Descartes' Meditations, University of California Press, 1986.
(Two essays of mine appear in this book.)
7. Editor, Essays on Aristotle's Poetics, Princeton University Press, 1992.
(An essay of mine appears in this book.)
8. Co-Editor (with Brian MacLaughlin), Perspectives on Self-Deception, University of California Press, 1988. (An essay of mine appears in this book.)
9. Co-Editor (with Martha Nussbaum), Essays on Aristotle's De Anima. Oxford University Press, 1992.
10. Co-Editor (with Owen Flanagan), Identity, Character and Morality. MIT, 1990.
(An essay of mine appears in this book.)
11. Editor, Essays on Aristotle's Rhetoric (University of California Press, 1996
(An essay of mine appears in this book.)
12. Editor, Philosophers on Education: Historical Perspectives (London, Routledge, 1998)
(Three essays of mine appear in this book)
13. Editor, The Many Faces of Philosophy: Meditations and Reflections (Oxford University Press, 2000)
(An essay of mine appears in this book.)
14. Editor, The Many Faces of Evil (Routledge, 2001)
(An essay of mine appears in this book.)
15. Co-Editor (with James Schmidt): Essays on Kant’s Idea for a Universal History (Cambridge University Press, 2009)

I also initiated and served as General Editor of Modern Studies in Philosophy (Doubleday-Anchor) and of Major Thinkers (University of California Press). These series comprise 38 volumes of essays devoted to the history of philosophy: there are 33 volumes on individual philosophers (Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Augustine, Descartes, Spinoza, Hobbes, Hume, Leibniz, Kant, Hegel, Mill, Nietzsche, Freud, Wittgenstein, etc.) Many of these volumes were reprinted by Notre Dame Press. I was also General Editor of the University of California Series on Major Traditions, with 5 volumes: Skepticism, Stoicism, the Augustinian Tradition, the Enlightenment, etc.). I selected and advised the editors of these books, as well as reviewing the final texts.

(* Reprinted in Mind in Action, (Boston: Beacon, 1988). Page numbers referto this edition (MA). + To be reprinted in From Passions to Emotions and Sentiments, (Oxford)

1. "Slaves and Machines," Analysis, 1962, pp. 118-20.
2. "Wants and Justifications," Journal of Philosophy, 1966, pp. 765-771.
3. "Plato and Aristotle on Belief, Habit and Akrasia," American Philosophical Quarterly, 1970, pp. 50-61.
4. "Naturalism, Paradigms and Ideology," Review of Metaphysics, 1972, pp. 673-707.
5. "Essential Possibilities in the Actual World," Review of Metaphysics, 1972, pp. 607-621.
6. "Some Social Uses of the Forbidden," Psychoanalytic Review, 1972, pp. 497-510.
7. "Belief and Self-Deception," Inquiry, 1972, pp. 387-410.
8. "Persons, Policies and Bodies,: International Philosophical Quarterly 1973, MA pp. 61-77.*
9. "A Speculative Note on Some Dramatic Elements in The Theaetetus," Phronesis, 1973, pp. 227-38.
10. "The Transformation of Persons," Philosophy, 1973, MA, pp. 47-60.*
11. "Success, Independence and Trials, " Yale Review, 1973, pp. 43-59; reprinted in Working it Out,
eds. P. Daniels and S. Ruddick, Pantheon Books, 1977, pp. 38-53.
12. "Some Issues Concerning Academic Freedom, " The Concept of Academic Freedom,
ed. Edmund Pincoffs, University of Texas Press, 1975, pp. 97-110, 180-183.
13. "The Place of Pleasure in Aristotle's Ethics," Mind,1975, pp.481-197.
14. "Adaptivity and Self-Knowledge," Inquiry, 1975, MA, pp. 172-195.* reprinted in Tanke-Kansla-Identidaet, ed. E. Mark and U. Holm (Goteborg: 1997)
15. "Introduction," The Identities of Persons, ed. A.O. Rorty, University of California Press, 1976, pp. 1-15.
l6. "A Literary Post-Script: Characters, Persons, Selves, Individuals," ibid, pp. 78-101.* (Reprinted in various anthologies)
17. "Butler on Benevolence and Conscience," Philosophy, 1978, pp. 173-186.+
18. "The Place of Contemplation in Aristotle's Ethics," Mind, 1978, pp. 377-394, and reprinted in Essays on Aristotle's Ethics, University of California Press, 1981, and in Schriften zur aristotelischen Ethik,
ed. C. Muller-Goldingen (Zurich: Olms Verlag, 1988), pp. 445-460.+
19. "Akrasia and Pleasure: NE Book 7," ibid, pp. 267-284.+
20. "Introduction," ibid, pp. 1-6.
21. "Explaining Emotions," The Journal of Philosophy, 1978, reprinted in Explaining Emotions, University of California Press, 1978, pp. 103-26*
22. "Agent Regent," ibid, pp. 489-506.
23. "Jealousy, Attention and Loss," ibid., (pseudonymously), pp. 465-488.*
24. "Self-Deception, Akrasia and Irrationality," Social Sciences Information, UNESCO (Paris), 1980, pp. 905-922. Reprinted in The Multiple Self, ed., Jon Elster, Cambridge University Press, 1986, pp. 115-132.
25. "Where Does the Akratic Break Take Place?," Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 1980, pp. 229-245.* Reprinted in various anthologies
26. "Fearing Death," Philosophy, 1983, pp. 197-211.* Reprinted in various anthologies)
27. "Akrasia and Conflict," Inquiry, 1981, pp. 246-270.*
28. "The Functions of Contemporary American Philosophy," Forefront of the Social Sciences (Publication of the Jilin Academy of the Social Sciences, People's Republic of China), 1982.
29. "Western Philosophy in China," Yale Review, Fall, 1982, pp. 141-160.
30. "Akratic Belief," American Philosophical Quarterly, 1983, pp. 175-183.
31. "From Passions to Emotions and Sentiments," Philosophy, 1982, pp. 159-172.
32. "Imagination and Power," Social Sciences Information, UNESCO (Paris), 1983, pp. 330-346.*
33. "Aristotle on the Metaphysical Status of Pathe," The Review of Metaphysics, March 1984, pp. 521-546.+
34. "Experiments in Philosophical Genres: Descartes' Meditations," Critical Inquiry, March 1983, pp. 545-564.+
35. "The Dog at the Gate and the Scholar Within," Academe, 1983.
36. "Formal Traces in Cartesian Functional Explanation," Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 1984, pp. 545-560 Reprinted in Descartes, ed. Georges Mozal (Garland Press, 1992.) +
37. "The Historicity of Psychological Attitudes," Midwest Studies in the Philosophy of Mind,
Vol. X, Spring 1986, pp. 121-134.*
38. "The Structure of Descartes' Meditations" in Essays on Descartes' Meditations, University of California Press, 1986. (A revised version of "Experiments in Philosophic Genres"), pp. 1-20.+
39. "Cartesian Passions and the Union of Mind and Body," ibid, pp. 513-534.+
40. "The Two Faces of Courage," Philosophy, April, 1986, pp. 299-313.*
41. "Varieties of Rationality, Varieties of Emotion," Social Sciences Information,
UNESCO (Paris), 1985, pp. 343-354.
42. "How to Interpret Actions," Reason and Relativism, edited by Michael Krausz and Joseph Margolis, Nijhoff, 1986, pp. 81-91.
43. "Freud on Unconscious Affects, Mourning and the Erotic Mind," pseudonymously as Leila Tov-Ruach, in Perspectives on Self-Deception, eds. Brian McLaughlin and A. O. Rorty, University of California Press,1986. Reprinted under the title "Mixing Memory and Desire: Freud on Unconscious Mourning" in R. Nevo and L. Besserman, eds., Hebrew University Studies in Literature and the Arts, v. 14, pp. 155-171.* +
44. "The Deceptive Self: Liars, Layers and Lairs," ibid. Reprinted in Analyse und Kritik, 1985, pp. 212-228.*
45. "The Limits of Socratic Intellectualism: Did Socrates Teach Virtue?", John Cleary, ed., Proceedings of the Boston Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, University Press of America, 1986, pp. 317-330.
46. "Persons and Personae," Social Research, (1987); Reprinted in Christopher Gill, ed., Persons and Human Nature, Oxford University Press, 1989, and in Michael Krausz, ed. Relativism: Interpretation and Confrontation, Notre Dame University Press, 1988, pp. 27-46.*
47. "The Two Faces of Spinoza," Review of Metaphysics, December, 1987, pp. 299-316. Reprinted in Studies in Spinoza's Philosophy, ed. Ed Curley, Nijhoff, 1990, pp. 196-208.+
48. "Socrates and Sophia Perform the Philosophic Turn." The Institution of Philosophy ed. Avner Cohen, Open Court, 1989, pp. 271-281.
49. "Varieties of Interdependence," Working Papers, Project on Interdependence, Radcliffe College, pp. 15-23.
50. "Pride Produces the Idea of Self: Hume on Moral Agency," Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 1990, pp. 255-269. +
51. "Three Myths of Moral Theory," Mind in Action, MA, pp. 271-298.*
reprinted in Handlungen und Handlungsgrunde, ed. Ralf Stoecker, (Mentis, 2002)
52. "Virtue and Its Vicissitudes," Midwest Studies in Philosophy, ed. Peter French, University of Minnesota Press, 1988, pp. 314-329.*
53. "Spinoza on the Pathos of Idolatry and the Hilarity of True Love," The Philosophy of Love, ed. Robert Solomon, Kansas University Press, 1991 ,pp. 352-377. +
54. "Descartes on Thinking with the Body," in Descartes, ed. John Cottingham, (Cambridge University Press, 1992) pp. 371-392. +
55. "Aristotle on the Psychology of Tragedy" in Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 16, l99l, ed. P. French et al. and in Essays on Aristotle's Poetics ed. A. O. Rorty, (Princeton University Press, 1992), p. 1-22. +
56. (With David Wong,) "Aspects of Identity and Agency," in Owen Flanagan and Amelie Rorty, Identity, Character, and Morality, Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990, pp. 19-36.
57. "King Solomon and Everyman: A Problem in Coordinating Conflicting Moral Intuitions," American Philosophical Quarterly, l99l, pp. 181-194.
58. "Power and Powers," Rethinking Power, Thomas Wartenberg, ed., Temple University Press, l992, pp. 1-13.
59. "The Agenda of Aristotle's De Anima," Essays on Aristotle's De Anima eds. M. Nussbaum and A. Rorty, Oxford University Press, 1992, pp. 7-15
60. "Varieties of Pluralism in a Polyphonic Society", Review of Metaphysics, l990, pp. 3-21.
6l. "What It Takes to be Good," in Morality and the Self, eds. Tom Wren, Gil Noam and Wolfgang Edelstein, MIT Press, 1993. pp.28-55 Reprinted in "Die Vorzuge moralischer Vielfalt" in Moral und Person, eds. W. Edelstein, G. Nunner-Winkler, and G. Noam, Sahr Kamp, 1993.
62. "Understanding Others", Other Intentions, ed. Lawrence Rosen, Santa Fe, 1995 pp. 203-223 63. "The Coordination of the Self and the Passions," Self as Person ed. R. Ames, W. Dissanayake and T.P. Kasulis, SUNY Press, 1994, p.35-55
64. "The Advantages of Moral Diversity," Social Philosophy and Policy, Spring, 1992, pp. 38-62.
65. "Rousseau's Therapeutic Experiments," Philosophy, 1991, pp. 1-22.+
66. "Hume: Dialectician, Naturalist and Social Historian, History of Philosophy Quarterly, 1993, pp. 165-79.+ reprinted in Great Political Thinkers, J.M. Dunn and Ian Harris (Elgar Press, Cheltenham: 1997?)
67. "The Directions of Aristotle's Rhetoric" Review of Metaphysics, 1993, pp. 1-32; reprinted in Proceedings of the Boston Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, 1994, pp. 39-69. +
68. "Varieties of Conflicts, Varieties of Resolution," Essays in Honor of Richard Schmitt, ed. R. Gottlieb pp.86-97, (Phildelphia, 1993).
69. "Allan Gibbard and the Many Faces of Morality,"Ethics,1993 pp.318-28
70. "Moral Imperialism vs. Moral Conflict," Education: Can Virtue Be Taught? ed. Barbara Darling-Smith, Notre Dame Press, 1993. pp. 33-51
71. "Character, Mind and Politics," Psychoanalysis, Mind and Art,
ed. J.Hopkins and A. Savile, Blackwell, 1992, pp. 161-174.
72. "The Many Faces of Morality," Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale, 1994, pp.205-221, reprinted in Mid-West Studies in Philosophy, vol. 20, 1996, pp. 67-82
73. "The Hidden Politics of Multiculturalism," Political Theory, April, 1994 pp. 152-66
74. "User-Friendly Self-Deception," Philosophy, April 1994 pp. 213-30, reprinted as "The Hidden Politics of Self-Deception," in Self and Deception, ed. W. Dissanayake and R. Ames, SUNY Press, 1996.
75. "Moral Complexity, Conflicted Resonance and Virtue," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 1995 pp. 949-956
76. "The Science of Humanism and the Humanism of Science," Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 1995 pp. 217-223
77. "The Ruling History of Moral Education," Dictionnaire de la Philosophie Morale ed. Monique Canto- Sperber (Paris, 1996); reprinted in Philosophers on Education ed. A.O. Rorty (Routledge, 1998) pp. 1-13
78. "Descartes and Spinoza on Epistemological Egalitarianism," History of Philosophy Quarterly, 1996, 35-53
79. "Rights: Educational Not Cultural," Social Research,1995 pp. 161-71
80. "The Moral Obligation to Introduce Conflict," Proceedings of the Philosophy of Education Society, 1996
81. "The Hidden Politics of Integrity," Integrity, ed. A. Montefiore and David Vines, London: Routledge Press, 1998 pp. 108-120
82. "Ruins and Runes" Journal of the Philosophy of Education, 1995; reprinted in Democratic Education in a Multicultural State ed. Yael Tamir (Blackwell, 1995) pp. 59-64
83. "The Two Faces of Stoicism: Rousseau and Freud," Journal of the History of Philosophy, 1996, pp. 1-22, reprinted in Ancient Theories of the Emotions, ed. Juha Sivohla and Troels Engberg-Pedersen (Kluver, 1996) and in Zur Ethik der alteren Stoa ed. Barbara Guckes (Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2004
84. "From Exasperating Virtues to Civic Virtues," American Philosophical Quarterly , 1996, pp. 303-314; reprinted in Feminism, Epistemology and Ethics ed. Preus, Vetlesen, et al. pp. 67- 82 (Oslo, 1996),
85. "The Ethics of Reading," Educational Theory, 1997, pp. 85-89
86. "The Social and Political Sources of Akrasia" Ethics, 1997
87. "From Decency to Civility Via Economics," Social Research, 1997 pp. 1-20
88. "The Improvisatory Drama of Decision-Making," Well-Being and Morality ed. Roger Crisp and Brad Hooker (Oxford Press, 1999)
89. "Plato's Counsel on Education," Philosophy, 1998; reprinted in Philosophers on Education ed. A.O. Rorty (Routledge, 1998) pp. 32-50
90. "The Political Sources of the Emotions: Greed and Anger" Philosophical Studies, 1998 pp. 143-159; reprinted in Mid-West Studies, vol. 20, 1998
91. "How to Harden Your Heart: Six Easy Steps to Corruption," Yale Review, April, 1998
92. "Witnessing Philosophers," Philosophy and Literature, 1998 pp. 309-327
93. "Spinoza's Ironies: From Anger to the Intellectual Love of God," History of Philosophy Quarterly, July, 2000; to be reprinted in Spinoza's Ethics vol. 5, ed. Yermiahu Yovel (forthcoming, date ??)
94. "The Dramas of Resentment," Yale Review, 2000, reprinted in Proceedings of the Philosophers, 1999 (Jerusalem: Hartman Institute, forthcoming)
95. "Enough Already with 'Theories of the Emotions,'" Thinking about Feeling, ed. R. Solomon, Oxford,2004
96. "Die gesellschftlichen Quellen des akratischen Konflikts, "Willensschwache, ed. T.Spitzley, Mentis, 2005
97. "The Vanishing Subject: The Many Faces of Subjectivity" History of Philosophy Quarterly, 2006; reprinted in eds. Subjectivity, ed Joao Biehl, Byron Good, Arthur Kleinman, University of California Press, 2007)
98. "How We Decide," Setting the Moral Compass, ed. Cheshire Calhoun (OUP, 2003)
99. "Stabilizing Stoic Emotions" Zur Ethik der alteren Stoa, ed. Barbara Guckes (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2004)
100. "The Structure of Hume's Treatise", forthcoming in Essays on Hume's Treatise, ed. Donald Ainslie, (Oxford, 2009)
101. "Educating the Practical Imagination," Oxford Handbook on The Philosophy of Education , ed. Harvey Siegel (2009)
102. "The Dramatic Sources of Philosophy," Philosophy and Literature, 2008/9
103. "On Being Rational," Ratio, September, 2009
104. "Spinoza's Vanishing Dichotomies" Political Theory, 2009
105. "The Goodness of Searching: Good as What? Good for What? Good for Whom?", The Search for Goodness, ed. Ruth Grant (University of Chicago press, 2009/2010
106. "Questioning Moral Theories," Philosophy, 2009/2010
107. "The Goodness of Searching," The Search for Goodness, ed. Ruth Grant (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011
108. 'Relativism, Persons and Practices," Relativism, ed. Michael Krausz (New York: Columbia University Press, 2010
109. "Aristotle on the Virtues of Rhetoric," The Review of Metaphysics, June, 2011
110. “Relativism, Persons and Practices,” Relativism: A Contemporary Anthology ed. Michael Krausz (N.Y. Columbia University Press: 2010) 501-523
111. “Sartre’s Still Life Portraits,” Philosophy and Literature, vol. 34 October , 2010 pp. 329-339
112. "The Functional Logic of Cartesian Passions,” in Emotional Minds, ed. Sabrina Ebbersmeyer (forthcoming)
113. “Kant on Two Modalities of Friendship,” in Rethinking Kant, ed. Pablo Muchnik and Oliver Thorndike (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2011-2 ) pp. 28-47
114. “The Use and Abuse of Morality,” in The Journal of Ethics, 2011,
115. “Revisiting Self-Deception and Self-Knowledge,” Humana Mente, 20, 2012
116. “Dialogues with Paintings: How to Look,” Journal of Aesthetic Education, in press
117. “The Politics of Resentment,” Current Anthropology, in press, 2013
118. “Ethnographies of Morality,” Current Anthropology, forthcoming, 2013
119. “Speaking of Being Mute” (poem) Literary Laundry, 2013

I usually review 3-4 book manuscripts annually: Princeton University Press, Routledge, MIT, Columbia, Cornell Press, University of California Press; Oxford and roughly 6-8 articles for a variety of journals (see "Editorial Boards" above)

I give 2-4 invited lectures annually. e.g.: Duke, Reed, University of Washington, Wellesley, University College London, Yale, Northwestern, Smith, University of Manchester, American Philosophical Association,NYU, University of Melbourne, Vassar, Canadian Philosophical Association, Indiana University, University of California San Diego/Berkeley/Santa Cruz/Santa Barbara, University of Wisconsin, Swarthmore, University of Pennsylvania, American Anthropological Association, Max Planck Institute, Hebrew University, L'Ecole Normale Superieure (Paris), Stanford, NYU, University of Toronto, University of Helsinki, University of Chicago, Oslo Universitaet, University of Sydney, Georgetown, Cornell, Graduate Center CUNY, Program in Ethics and the Profession-Harvard University, University of Oregon, Wesleyan, ANU, Haverford, Ohio State, University of British Columbia, University of Texas, DAI-Heidelberg, Spinoza Institute in Jerusalem, Williams, etc.

1962-63, Chairman, Admissions and Scholarship Committee, Douglass College, Rutgers.
1967-69: Member of the Planning Committee, Livingston College, Rutgers University. This committee was charged with developing the general policy for the new college; to form a curriculum; to help select the starting faculty-- especially the chairman; to formulate guidelines for the governance of the College. The committee worked with the newly appointed Dean, Ernest Lynton.
1964-84: Member of personnel committees and curriculum planning committees and other committees too numerous to mention and too onerous to remember, for the Philosophy Section, Rutgers University, 1964-84.
1972-73, Director of Studies in Philosophy, King's College, Cambridge,
Director of Graduate Studies, King's College, Cambridge.
and Member of Council of the Governing Board, King's College, Cambridge.
1980, 1982, 1989, 1992, Director, National Endowment for the Humanities Seminars.
1986-87, Academic Promotion Committee, Rutgers University
1995-2002, Director, Program in the History of Ideas, Brandeis University

1. From Passions to Emotions and Sentiments (Oxford University Press)
(All the chapters of this book are written; they only need revison)
2. On The Other Hand: The Ethics of Ambivalence (Oxford University Press)
(Most chapters of this book are written; they only need revision and an introduction)

* Reprinted in Mind in Action, (Boston: Beacon, 1988). Page numbers referto this edition (MA).
+ To be reprinted in From Passions to Emotions and Sentiments, (Oxford)