Dr Carl Hildebrand
Carl is an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Character Project and a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong. He is a philosopher who works in ethics and the history of philosophy, focusing on Kant's moral psychology. His research engages questions concerning habituation, moral worth, human frailty/vice, and concepts of sympathy among other things. He has taught philosophy in a variety of settings, including at the University of Oxford, the University of British Columbia, and most recently (prior to the University of Hong Kong) at the University of the Fraser Valley in his hometown of Abbotsford, Canada.