Assistant Teaching Professor of Philosophy
Director of the Sheedy Family Program in Economy, Enterprise, and Society
Research interests: Virtue ethics, ethics of AI, 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 from Penguin Press titled The Good Life Method and teaches a course on the philosophy of work called The Working Life, one of three required classes for the Sheedy Family Program in Economy, Enterprise, and Society, which he directs.
Blaschko’s 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.