University of Chicago
Candace Vogler is the David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago and currently serves as Chair of the Department. She has written two books, Reasonably Vicious (Harvard, 2002), and John Stuart Mill's Deliberative Landscape (Routledge, 2001), and many articles. Her primary research and teaching interests are in moral philosophy, with special emphasis on questions about the rational foundations of morality. Her current project centers on taking up one of the challenges Elizabeth Anscombe issued to the field in 1958—the challenge of theorizing moral prohibition.