Ariela Tubert's research is in the areas of ethics, metaethics, and action theory. She focuses on the connection between accounts of agency and free will, theories of practical reason, and accounts of moral motivation. Her published work includes “Sound Advice and Internal Reasons,” in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly (2015); “Nietzsche’s Existentialist Freedom,” in Journal of Nietzsche Studies (2015); "Constitutive Arguments," in Philosophy Compass (2010); and "Korsgaard's Constitutive Arguments and the Principles of Practical Reason," in Philosophical Quarterly (2010). She has also reviewed various books for Ethics, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, and Philosophy in Review. Tubert teaches classes including Introduction to Philosophy; Life, Death, and Meaning; Political Philosophy; Moral Philosophy; Environmental Ethics; Philosophy of Law; Metaethics; Gender and Philosophy; Topics in Value Theory; and Evolution and Ethics.
B.A., New York University, 1996; M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 2001, 2005