The two C4E Doctoral Fellows for 2017-18 are Jeremy Davis (Philosophy) and Simon Lambek (Political Science). Jeremy’s main research interests are in normative ethics and political philosophy, along with bioethics, philosophy of law, and aesthetics. His dissertation, “War & National Partiality,” focuses on the role of national partiality in the ethics of war. Simon’s dissertation, “From Dissonance to Reflection: Toward a Theory of Rhetoric,” explores the relationship between rhetoric and critical reflection and builds toward a critical theory of rhetoric, bringing together scholarship from political theory, philosophy, rhetoric and comparative literature to address ethical, political and moral questions. C4E Doctoral Fellowships come with an award of $2,500 and workspace at the Centre for Ethics.