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  • Curriculum Vitae

    Leonardo Augusto Zaibert

    807 Union Avenue

    Union College

    Schenectady, NY 12308

    Phone: (518) 388-7185

    E-mail: zaibertl@union.edu

    1. Personal

    Education 1997: Ph. D., Philosophy. State University of New York, Buffalo. Highest Honors and

    winner of the Perry Dissertation Award (see below, under Awards).

    1989: J.D., (Abogado). Universidad Santa Mara, Caracas, Venezuela.

    Areas of Specialization/Competence Philosophy of Law, Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind and

    Action.

    Current Employment Professor (and Chair), Department of Philosophy, Union College, May 2009 present.

    Previous Employment and Other Affiliations

    H.L.A Hart Fellow, Oxford Centre for Ethics and Philosophy of Law, (Corpus Christi

    College, Merton College, and University College), Oxford University, United Kingdom,

    Fall 2013 (Michaelmas Term), forthcoming.

    Visiting Scholar, University of Toronto, Canada, Law School, June July 2013,

    forthcoming.

    Visiting Professor, Pace University, Law School, White Plains, NY, Spring 2011.

    Visiting Professor, Department of Philosophy and THUMOS (the Genevan Research

    Group on Emotions, Values, and Norms), University of Geneva, Switzerland. July

    August 2010.

    Visiting Fellow, Institute for Law and Philosophy, Rutgers University, Fall 2009

    (declined, in order to accept position at Union College).

    Copeland Fellow, Amherst College, Department of Law, Jurisprudence, and Social

    Thought, September 2008 May 2009.

    Associate Professor (with tenure), University of Wisconsin, Parkside, Department of

    Philosophy, Spring 2004 Spring 2009.

    hhtp://wings.buffalo.edu/philosophy/http://www.buffalo.edu/http://www.usm.edu.ve/pensumabogados.phphttp://www.usm.edu.ve/http://www.uwp.edu/

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    (Chair of the Department, Summer 2006 Spring 2008.)

    Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, University of Leipzig/University of Saarland,

    May 2004 August 2005.

    (Extended (after re-application): May 2006 - August 2006.)

    Assistant Professor (tenure-track), University of Wisconsin, Parkside, Department of

    Philosophy. Fall 2000 Spring 2004.

    Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Grand Valley State University, Department of

    Philosophy, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Department of Philosophy. Fall 1999 Spring

    2000.

    Visiting Lecturer in Law, State University of New York at Buffalo, Law School. Spring

    1999.

    Assistant Professor (Profesor Agregado) (tenure-track), Universidad Simn Bolvar

    (Caracas, Venezuela), Department of Philosophy. January 1998 January 1999.

    Visiting Assistant Professor, State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of

    Philosophy. Fall 1997.

    Adjunct Assistant Professor, State University of New York, College at Fredonia,

    Department of Philosophy. Fall 1995.

    Attorney, Mendoza, Zaibert, and Associates, Caracas, Venezuela, Fall 1989 Spring

    1992.

    Court Clerk, Criminal Court of the Fourth Circuit, Caracas, Venezuela, Fall 1988

    Summer 1989.

    Other Positions Held Adjunct Assistant Professor, State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of

    Philosophy. January 1999 - August 2001 (honorary position, non-salaried).

    http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/en/http://www.gvsu.edu/http://law.buffalo.edu/http://www.usb.ve/http://www.fredonia.edu/

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    2. Research

    a) Books (Authored)

    [71] Punishment and Retribution, Aldershot: Ashgate/Dartmouth (2006): 236 pp.

    [71a] Selections from chapters 5 and 6 translated into Portuguese as

    Moralisms and Intrinsic Value (in Portuguese; Adriano Teixeira

    Guimaraes, trans.) in TBA. Forthcoming 2013, ca. 30,000 words.

    [70] Five Ways Patricia can Kill her Husband: A Theory of Intentionality and

    Blame, Chicago: Open Court (2005): 275 pp.

    b) Books (Edited)

    [69] Forgiveness, Special Issue of The Monist, La Salle, IL: The Hegeler Institute.

    (2009): ca. 250 pp. (Contributors: Ingvar Johansson, John Kekes, Berel Lang,

    Jeffrie Murphy, Glen Pettigrove, Andrea Westlund, and Leo Zaibert.)

    c) Articles and Chapters in Books

    [68] Why Punish? in Criminal Law and Philosophy. Forthcoming 2013, ca. 10.000

    words.

    [67] Philosophy in The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law, (Markus Dubber and

    Tatjana Hoernle, eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming 2014, ca.

    10,000 words.

    [66] On the Justification of Incarceration, in The Universality of Punishment,

    (Antonio Incampo and Wojciech Zelaniec, eds.), Milan: Giuffre (part of Aldo

    Moro University of Bari (Italy)s series Quaderni del dipartimento di diritto

    penale, di diritto processuale penale e di filosofia del diritto). Forthcoming 2014,

    ca. 8000 words.

    [65] Human Nature and the Paradox of Forgiveness, in Johanssonian

    Investigations: Essays in Honor of Ingvar Johansson on his Seventieth Birthday,

    (Christer Svennerlind, Jan Almng and Rgnvaldur Ingthorsson, eds.) Frankfurt:

    Ontos Verlag (2013): 728-745

    [64] The Instruments of Abolition, or Why Retributivism is the Only Real

    Justification of Punishment, Law and Philosophy. 32.1 (2013): 33-58.

    [63] The Apriori Foundations of the Criminal Law in Eidetics of Law and Scoial

    Ontology: Adolf Reinach, The Realist, Francesca De Vecchi (ed.), Milan:

    Mimesis/Universita Vita-Salute San Raffaele. (2012): 321-338.

    https://www.ashgate.com/shopping/title.asp?key1=&key2=&orig=results&isbn=0%207546%202389%200http://www.opencourtbooks.com/books_n/five_ways.htmhttp://www.opencourtbooks.com/books_n/five_ways.htmhttp://monist.buffalo.edu/callsforpapers.html

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    [62] Beyond Bad: Punishment Theory Meets the Problem of Evil, Midwest Studies

    in Philosophy 36(2012): 93-111.

    [61] On Forgiveness and the Deliberate Refusal to Punish: Reiterating the

    Differences, Journal of Moral Philosophy 9 (2012): 103-113.

    [60] Why Compare? Comments on The Handbook of Comparative Criminal Law,

    Kevin Heller and Markus Dubber (eds.), (Stanford University Press, 2010), for

    The University of Toronto Law Journal 62.2 (2012): 277-292.

    [59] The Arithmetic of Wrongdoing: Comments on Vera Bergelsons Victims

    Rights and Victims Wrongs, (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press), New

    Criminal Law Review 14.2 (2011): 671-680.

    [58] The Moralist Strikes Back, New Criminal Law Review 14.1 (2011): 139-161.

    [57] A Non-Aretaic Return to Aristotle, Archiv fr Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie.

    97.2 (2011): 235-250.

    [56] Aristotle, Culpability, and the Volitional Theory of Action (in French) in

    Responsabilit et peine. Vers un dpassement du rtributivisme, (A. Bondolfi,

    Stefano Biancu, and Francesca de Vecchi, eds. For the series Ethique et droit),

    Schwabe: Ble, (2011): 46-62.

    [55] Punishment, Restitution, and the Marvelous Method of Directing the

    Intention, Criminal Justice Ethics 29.1 (2010): 41-53.

    [54] Punishment and Forgiveness: The Problem of Clean Hands, in New Waves in

    the Philosophy of Criminal Justice, (Angelo Corlett and Jesper Ryberg, eds.),

    New York: Palgrave/MacMillan (2010): 92-110.

    [53] Forgiveness: An Introduction, The Monist, 92.4 (2009): 481-487.

    [52] The Paradox of Forgiveness, Journal of Moral Philosophy, 6(3) (2009): 365-

    393.

    (52a) Reprinted (with minor revisions) in Law and Legal Theory, Thom

    Brooks (ed.), Leiden and Boston: Brill. Forthcoming (2014).

    [51] The Ideal Victim, Pace Law Review 28 (2008): 885-903.

    [50] Uprootedness as (Cruel and Unusual) Punishment, New Criminal Law Review

    II.3, (2008): 384-408.

    [49] The Richness of the Special Part of the Criminal Law, review-essay of R. A.

    Duff and Stuart P. Green (eds.) Defining Crimes: Essays on the Special Part of

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    the Criminal Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press (2006), New Criminal Law

    Review 10.3, (2007): 470-482.

    [48] The Fitting, the Deserving, and the Beautiful, Journal of Moral Philosophy

    3(3) (2006): 331-350.

    [47] On Power, Conventions, and the Varieties of Normativity, Proceedings of the

    29th Wittgenstein Symposium of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein

    Society, Christian Kanzian, Georg Gasser, and Edmund Runggaldier (eds.),

    Kirchberg am Wechsel: Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, (2006): 417-428.

    [46] Punishment and Revenge, Law and Philosophy 25(1), (2006): 81-118.

    [45] On the Criminal Law of the Enemy, in Manuel Cancio Meli and Carlos

    Gmez-Jara Dez (eds.) Derecho Penal del Enemigo (in Spanish), Madrid: Reus,

    (2006): 167-180 (Vol. II).

    [44] The Varieties of Normativity: An Essay on Social Ontology (coauthored with

    Barry Smith), in Savas L. Tsohatzidis (ed.) Intentional Acts and Institutional

    Facts: Essays on John Searles SocialOntology, Dordrecht: Springer, (2006):

    157-175.

    [43] Prolegomenon to a Theory of Punishment, Law, Culture and the Humanities

    1(2), (2005): 221-246.

    [42] A Minimalist Ontology of Action in Pre-Proceedings of the 27th

    Wittgenstein Symposium of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, Johann

    Christian Marek and Maria Elisabeth Reicher (ed.) Kirchberg am Wechsel:

    Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, (2004): 419-421.

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