Dr. Jeffrey has teaching experience in ethics, applied ethics, political and social philosophy, philosophy of law, and ancient philosophy. Her main research focuses on moral reasons and virtues. She wrote a dissertation defending a mind-dependent account of moral reasons, and she is currently writing about moral virtues that aid us in the process of moral development, such as hope and faith. Dr. Jeffrey is also interested in issues relating political authority with religious tolerance.
"How Aristotelians Can Make Faith a Virtue," Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (forthcoming)
- Biomedical Ethics
- Legal Philosophy