Carl Hildebrand

Carl Hildebrand recently received his DPhil in philosophy from the University of Oxford. He currently teaches philosophy at the University of the Fraser Valley, in his hometown of Abbotsford, B.C. He works in ethics and the history of philosophy - primarily Kant and Modern philosophy - focusing on the nature of moral character, motivation and puzzles concerning weakness of will. Carl absolutely enjoys teaching. In addition to his teaching at UFV, he has given lectures and tutorials at the University of Oxford, led seminars in philosophy and public policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, tutored medical students at the University of British Columbia, and taught in the philosophy department at Trinity Western University.

Bio last modified October 3rd, 2019.
Articles by Carl Hildebrand
  • The Richness of Well Wasted Time

    Carl Hildebrand

    As the week and the summer draw to a close, Oxford scholar Carl Hildebrand takes time to reflect on Father Tim McCauley’s recent Convivium article about the need to reflect on how we engage with time.