Jacqueline Taylor

Jacqueline Taylor


Department Chair • Full-Time Faculty

(415) 422-5323 Kalmanovitz Hall 138


Jacqueline Taylor has broad philosophical interests that are reflected in the courses she teaches (see below). Her research has focused on David Hume and the eighteenth century, and her book, Reflecting Subjects: Passion, Sympathy and Society in Hume’s Philosophy appeared in 2015 (Oxford University Press). She is currently working on an edited volume on Hume’s later moral philosophy, and beginning two new research projects, one on eighteenth century women intellectuals, and one on character types (17th through 19th centuries). She also publishes in contemporary moral psychology, and all her work is informed by feminist thought.

PhD, University of Chicago
David Hume; 18th century
18h century women intellectuals
Character types, 17th through 19th centuries
Selected Publications

Taylor, Jacqueline. (2015). Reflecting Subjects: Passion, Sympathy and Society in Hume’s Philosophy. Oxford University Press.