Assistant Teaching Professor
Research Interests: virtue ethics, ethics of a.i., philosophy of work and industry, action theory, practical reason
Paul Blaschko teaches and writes about the ethics of the good life. He is co-author of a book, forthcoming from Penguin Press, called "The Good Life Method," and is launching a course in the fall on the philosophy of work called "The Working Life." His primary interest in tech-ethics is in questions about the role human reasoning and judgment should play in a well-lived life, and the various ways technology complicates this question.