My areas of speciality are political philosophy and ethics. My dissertation advances a framework for thinking about political disagreements that is informed by social epistemology and psychology. In doing so, I wrestle with questions about ideal theory, feasibility, and realism in political philosophy.
You can learn more about me at: http://www.aaronancell.com/
Ancell, A. "DEMOCRACY ISN'T THAT SMART (BUT WE CAN MAKE IT SMARTER): ON LANDEMORE'S DEMOCRATIC REASON." Episteme 14, no. 02 (June 2017): 161-175. Full Text Open Access Copy
Ancell, A, Steenbergen, G, Flanagan, O, and Martin, S. "Empiricism and normative ethics: What do the biology and the psychology of morality have to do with ethics?." Behaviour 151, no. 2-3 (January 1, 2014): 209-228. Full Text Open Access Copy