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Professor Michele Moody-Adams is Director and Hutchinson Professor of Ethics and Public Life. She does research and teaching on a variety of issues in ethical theory, the history of ethics, political philosophy, practical ethics, the philosophy of law, and the history of philosophy. Professor Moody-Adams has published on such topics as moral relativism, moral objectivity, and moral psychology, as well as on problems of social and economic justice, feminism and equality, and the moral implications of reproductive technologies. She has been a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow and serves on the editorial board of several scholarly journals.