Lord received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Princeton University. His research has focused on the metaphysics of the normative, especially in metaethics and epistemology. In his dissertation he explored the relationship between rationality and normative reasons. His current research explores the nature of obligation, the nature of knowledge, the structure of normative theories, and the metaphysical structure of normativity.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, Princeton Universtiy, 2013
M.A. in Philosophy, University of Nebraska-Lincolcn, 2009
B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science, Arizona State University, 2007
PHI375/SPM375: Topics in Moral Psychology. In this course we will explore some of the issues philosophers are interested in when it comes to understanding people. We will be particularly interested in a set of questions that intererst practical philosophers like ethicists and philosophers of action and a set of questions that interest theoretical philosophers like epistemologists and philosophers of mind. We will also include work from psychology, neuroscience, and literature.