Bill Glod is Program Officer of Philosophy at the Institute for Humane Studies. He is responsible for mentoring several dozen philosophy and political theory graduate students, and he also directs the Summer Graduate Research Fellowship at IHS. He received his PhD in Philosophy from Tulane University, and his main research interests are a classical liberal defense of public reason liberalism and arguments against coercive and libertarian paternalism. Bill has published articles in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Southern Journal of Philosophy, and HEC Forum.
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