Andrew Chignell

Cornell University

Consultation: 
Expectation and Human Flourishing (2015)


Andrew Chignell is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Cornell University’s Susan Linn Sage School of Philosophy, with secondary appointments in German Studies and Religious Studies. He works primarily in 17th-18th century philosophy (especially Kant), epistemology, aesthetics, and philosophy of religion, and has also written on hope, acceptance, and the ethics of belief. He has co-edited several volumes, and his book on Kantian conceptions of hope, What May I Hope? Answers to a Kantian Question, is forthcoming as part of Routledge’s Kantian Questions series.

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The God and Human Flourishing consultations are sponsored by the McDonald Agape Foundation.