Name: Eugene Heath
Academic Rank: Professor
Expertise Keywords: Business ethics, Ethics, Political and social philosophy
Available For: interviews, essays, speaking
Expertise: My areas of expertise include ethics, business ethics, and social and political Philosophy. I hold a Ph.D., in Philosophy, from Yale University and a B.A. from Davidson College. My published scholarship includes essays on Adam Smith, Bernard Mandeville, F.A. Hayek and, most recently, a textbook, MORALITY AND THE MARKET: ETHICS AND VIRTUE IN THE CONDUCT OF BUSINESS (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002). Published essays on Adam Smith, Bernard Mandeville, F.A. Hayek
Currrent Research: Business Ethics, topics in Eighteenth-century British moral philosophy (David Hume and Adam Smith), topics in social and political philosophy, an introductory work on Thomas Hobbes
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Positions held at New Paltz prior to current position:
Positions held prior to joining SUNY New Paltz:
Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Lyon College, Batesville, Arkansas
Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio
Visiting Research Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, Spring 2000
Essay: "The Philosophy of Politics and Law," World Philosophy, edited by Mel Thompson (London: Chrysalis Books, forthcoming, October 2002).
Essay: "On the Normative Implications of a Theory of Spontaneous Order," in Time, Order, Chaos: The Study of Time IX, edited by J.T. Fraser, Marlene Soulsby, Alexander Argyros (Madison, Conn.: International Universities Press, 1998), pp. 125-134.
Essay: "Mandeville's Bewitching Engine of Praise," History of Philosophy Quarterly, 15 (April 1998): 205-226.
Essay: "Two Cheers and a Pint of Worry: An On-Line Course in Political and Social Philosophy," Teaching Philosophy 20 (September 1997): 277-300.
Essay: "The Commerce of Sympathy: Adam Smith on the Emergence of Morals," Journal of the History of Philosophy 33 (July 1995): 447-466.
Essay: "Rules, Function, and the Invisible Hand: An Interpretation of Hayek's Social Theory," Philosophy of the Social Sciences 22 (March 1992): 28-45.
Essay: "How to Understand Liberalism as Gardening: Galeotti on Hayek," Political Theory 17 (February 1989): 107-113.
Anthologies/Texts: Morality and the Market: Ethics and Virtue in the Conduct of Business (New York: McGraw- Hill, 2002).
Review Essay: J. Martin Stafford s Private Vices, Publick Benefits? A critical study of Private Vices, Public Benefits? The Contemporary Reception of Bernard Mandeville, ed. J. Martin Stafford (Solihull: Ismeron, 1997) in Hume Studies 25 (April/November 1999): 225-240.