Jake Nebel

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I am a professor of philosophy at Princeton University. Previously I taught at USC, after receiving my PhD from NYU (2019), BPhil from Oxford (2015), and AB from Princeton (2013).

I work mainly in ethics. My interests include the ethics of population, distribution, and risk; the formal structure of value relations; the measurement and aggregation of well-being and other values; philosophical foundations and applications of social choice theory; and the creation and preservation of value. I have also written about reasons and rationality, propositional attitude reports, and the logic of comparatives.

I currently serve as an associate editor of Ethics and of Social Choice and Welfare, and as a consultant for UT Austin's Population Wellbeing Initiative.

You can email me at jnebel@princeton.edu. Here is my CV.

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