BA (2002), Amherst College, Philosophy and Spanish
MA (2006), University of Colorado - Boulder, Philosophy
Kyle Fruh grew up mostly in Colorado, but he also spent time in the northern barrens of North Dakota and Minnesota. He identifies as being from CO and is married to his spouse, Elisa.
Kyle is interested in most things having to do with ethics. He is writing a dissertation with Judy Lichtenberg that concerns the concept of sacrifice and its place in moral life as a way of addressing the problem of excessively demanding moral duties. Kyle has recently taught several courses at Georgetown, including classes on environmental ethics, animal ethics, bioethics, personal identity, moral paradoxes and dilemmas, and in the fall of 2011, moral responsibility and The Wire.
- Professor Henry Richardson elected to lead HDCA
- Professor Nancy Sherman participates in Religion & Ethics Newsweekly's Discussion
- Professor Henninger's translation of Amerini's "Aquinas" Released
- Professor Nancy Sherman Receives 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship
- Georgetown Graduate Matthew Rellihan Receives Tenure at Seattle University
- Mar 21, All day: Graduate Admissions Open House
- Mar 28, 3pm-5pm: Lecture Series: Mary Domski
- Apr 25, All day: Symposium: Toward a Constructive Ethical Pragmatism