Dr Bronwyn Finnigan

BA Hons. (Melbourne), MA (Sydney), PhD (Auckland)
Senior Lecturer, School of Philosophy
College Arts & Social Sciences
T: +612-6125-2632

Research interests

Bronwyn Finnigan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Philosophy in the RSSS. Her research primarily engages ethics, moral psychology, epistemology and philosophy of mind in Western and Asian philosophical traditions.

Researcher's projects

Bronwyn is currently working on two related research projects funded by the Australian Research Council: a study of the meta-ethical foundations of Buddhist ethical thought, and a critical examination of Buddhist moral psychology with an interdisciplinary focus on the nature of fear, the regulatory function of trusting relationships, and the nature of self and subjectivity as it bears on psychological well-being.

Publications

Projects and Grants

Grants information is drawn from ARIES. To add or update Projects or Grants information please contact your College Research Office.

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