Michael Huemer


Michael Huemer (PhD, Rutgers, 1998) came to CU-Boulder in 1998 and works mainly in epistemology, ethics, metaethics, and political philosophy.
Professor Huemer has written on such topics as philosophical skepticism, ethical intuitionism, deontological ethics, and political authority, among others.
For more information, see Professor Huemer's website and CV.

Selected Papers

"Dialogues on Ethical Vegetarianism", Between the Species (2018).
"Is There a Right to Immigrate?", Social Theory and Practice (2010).
"When Is Parsimony a Virtue?", Philosophical Quarterly (2009). 
"Compassionate Phenomenal Conservatism", Philosophy & Phenomenological Research (2007).
"Causation as Simultaneous and Continuous", Philosophical Quarterly (2003).