This page contains honors theses produced by senior Philosophy majors. For a list of all honors theses since 2011, click here.

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Theses from 2020

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Silencing, Discrediting, Dismissing: Testimonial Injustice as a Violation of Universal Moral Obligations, Ernestine B. Whitaker

Theses from 2019

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Passively Black, Actively Unprofessional: Beyond a Fault-Based Conception of Black Women’s Identity and Hairstyling in Title VII Jurisprudence, Kayla K. Jackson

Theses from 2018

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Communities of Power: Rawls's Liberal Society and the Legitimate Use of Force, Matthew R. Davis

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ECT and DBS: Depression Treatments and their Perceived Threat to Personal Identity, Katrina A. Muñoz

Theses from 2017

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Virtuous Particularism: The Case for Contextual Value and Moral Sensitivity, Amar Ojha

Theses from 2016

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The Political Limits of Deep Ecology: Rawls and Naess on Intrinsic Value and Reasonable Pluralism, Britta A. Clark

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Context Dependent Representations: Solving the Problem of Content, Jurgen Desmond Kritschgau

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Judging Moral Evaluations: The Capabilities Approach to Female Genital Surgeries, Rachel Neckes

Theses from 2014

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Control of Digital Information: Why Privacy Violations Reduce Our Freedom, Stephanie J. Wesson

Theses from 2013

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Towards Global Justice: Reconciling Rawlsian Liberalism and Cosmopolitanism in an Interconnected World, Kate L. Fetrow

Theses from 2012

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Objective Chances in a Deterministic World, Daniel Lambright