Sherri Irvin is an assistant professor in the department of philosophy at University of Oklahoma. She completed her Ph.D. in philosophy at Princeton in 2003, her M.S. in psychology at Rutgers in 1999, and her M.A. in philosophy at Princeton in 1996. In aesthetics, her research focuses both on the understanding of artworks and on aesthetic experience in everyday life. In ethics, she studies moral self-improvement, agent-relative conceptions of morality and the moral status of animals.
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