Alida Liberman is a Ph.D. student in the philosophy department at USC. Her primary research interests are in practical reasoning and metaethics. She is also interested in the philosophy of law and applied ethics. Currently, she is working on a dissertation about the rationality of intention revision.
Alida has worked as a TA at USC for a wide variety of philosophy courses. In July of 2012, she attended an intensive teaching workshop sponsored by the American Association of Philosophy Teachers, and she is looking forward to sharing what she learned there with other TAs. She is a recipient of the 2011 Dornsife College General Education Teaching Award.
When not teaching, reading, or writing, Alida enjoys cooking, going to the theater, and the amazing Los Angeles weather. She is thrilled to be a CET fellow!