Professor David Enoch

LLB BA Tel Aviv, PhD New York
Professor of Philosophy of Law, Pauline and Max Gordon Fellow and Professorial Fellow

Academic subject(s):

Philosophy of Law

Core subject areas: Moral, political, and legal philosophy (in the analytic tradition). 
Research interests: Much of my work has been in metaethics, where I defend robust moral realism – the view according to which there are perfectly objective, universal, non-natural moral facts. In political philosophy, I’m interested in the value of autonomy, and I hope to offer a comprehensive defense of a (non-Rawlsian) liberalism. In legal philosophy, I mostly work on normative (rather than conceptual) questions, having to do with evidence law and its relation to epistemology, with moral and legal luck, and more. 

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