Ian James Kidd
Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham

Ian James Kidd is assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Nottingham. He is interested in intellectual virtue and vice, the nature of a religious life, and the experience and value of illness.

Written by Ian James Kidd

Essay/
Illness and disease
Being ill, living well

Some say that illness is morally improving, others that there is nothing good about being sick. Can philosophy adjudicate?

Ian J Kidd

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