I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Rutgers University - Newark. I completed my PhD at New York University, and before that, I studied philosophy at the University of Bucharest. I was born and raised in Br─âila, a small city in eastern Romania.

I work primarily in ethics, metaethics, and moral psychology. I am also interested in theories of personal identity and the self, especially as they relate to various ethical problems.

See Research for more information about my projects. My CV is available here.

Email: camil [dot] golub [at] rutgers [dot] edu


Recent and upcoming talks

Regret, attachment, and identity

  • Young Philosophers Lecture Series, DePauw University, November 2018

A defense of minimal normative realism

  • OZSW Metaethics Workshop, University of Groningen, September 2018

Making peace with moral imperfection: the problem of temporal asymmetry

  • The 13th Conference of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy, Novara, September 2018

  • Working Papers in Ethics and Moral Psychology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, May 2018