William Hasselberger is head of the MA in Governance Leadership and Democracy Studies at the Institute for Political Studies at the Universidade Católica Portugesa (UCP). William holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Virginia (USA). His research includes various topics at the intersection of moral philosophy, epistemology, the theory of human action and autonomy, and political theory. 

William is also a Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, at the University of Virginia, where he held a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from 2012-2016. His work has appeared in various international academic journals including The Pacific Philosophical Quarterly (2012), The Hedgehog Review (2012), Philosophy (2014), Utilitas (2015), Teaching Philosophy (2015), and he has papers forthcoming in The European Journal of Philosophy and Social Theory and Practice. William was born in Ankara, Turkey, and has lived in various parts of Europe and North America.

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Propositional Attitudes and Embodied Skills in the Philosophy of Action

William Hasselberger (with Hasselberger, W.). 2018. European Journal of Philosophy
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Knowing More Than We Can Tell: Ethical Virtue, Perception, and Practical Skill

William Hasselberger 2017. Social Theory and Practice
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Review of Paul Bloomfield’s The Virtues of Happiness

William Hasselberger 2015. Utilitas
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Review of Timm Triplett’s Morality’s Critics and Defenders

William Hasselberger 2015. Teaching Philosophy
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Human Agency, Reasons, and Inter-Subjective Understanding

William Hasselberger (with Hasselberger, W.). 2014. Philosophy
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Agency, autonomy, and social intelligibility

William Hasselberger (with Hasselberger, W.). 2012. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly
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Human Agency and the Ethics of Meaningful Work

William Hasselberger 2012. The Hedgehog Review
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Review of Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains

William Hasselberger 2011. The Hedgehog Review