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 Brăila, 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.
Email: camil [dot] golub [at] rutgers [dot] edu
Recent and upcoming talks
Making peace with moral imperfection: the problem of temporal asymmetry
- Working Papers in Ethics and Moral Psychology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, May 2018
- The 13th Conference of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy, Novara, September 2018
A defense of minimal normative realism
- OZSW Metaethics Workshop, University of Groningen, September 2018