Kiran Bhardwaj

Instructor and Chair, Philosophy and Religious Studies

Dr. Bhardwaj has taught philosophy at Phillips Academy, Andover since 2017, and is the Department Chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies department. She teaches courses including Proof and Persuasion, Views of Human Nature, Feminist Philosophies, and Ethics of Technology. She has been awarded a Tang Fellowship for 2019 to the present, in which she and her collaborators have developed an ethics pedagogy for computer science and other technical classes and run ongoing programming.

Her philosophical interests are in ethics (especially moral psychology), practical ethics, Kant, feminism, and logic. Her most recent publication is “The Kingdom of Ends as Ideal” in Human Dignity and the Kingdom of Ends, edited by Jan-Willem van der Rijt and Adam Cureton (Routledge 2021).

She completed her Ph.D. in Philosophy as a Royster Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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