Temporary Assistant Professor
Undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Creative Writing at the University of Missouri - Kansas City
Graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin - Madison
Ph.D. 2020 Philosophy University of Wisconsin-Madison
Megan Fritts received her PhD in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She works primarily at the intersection of action theory and ethics. Her recent work focuses on questions of ethics and agency in new and emerging technologies. She also has a passion for 19th century philosophy, especially the work of Søren Kierkegaard. Her work includes articles in the Journal of the American Philosophical Association, Inquiry, and the Australasian Philosophical Review, as well as several contributions to edited volumes. She also enjoys doing public philosophy, and her contributions have been featured in the Blog of the American Philosophical Association and Point Magazine.