Daniel Kelly's Homepage
I am an associate professor in the philosophy department at Purdue University. My research focuses on issues in the philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and empirical moral psychology.
I'm currently the philosophy department's Director of Undergraduate Studies. You can get information on Purdue's course requirements for a major or minor degree in philosophy here; and keep abreast of public events and other interesting things via the Philosophy Society of Purdue here and here.
Check out Purdue's Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion.
Get information about the Implicit Bias & Philosophy International Research Project based at the University of Sheffield and sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust.
My book Yuck! The Nature and Moral Significance of Disgust is now out in paperback.
Comments, suggestions, clever derision and unqualified flattery all welcome at email@example.com.