Audra Goodnight

Audra Goodnight

Adjunct Instructor in Philosophy

Year Started at GU: 2016
Phone: 618.664.2800
Areas of Responsibility:

Instructor - Major Issues of Philosophy


B.A., Philosophy, Asbury University, 2013
B.A., Latin, Asbury University, 2013
M.A., Philosophy, Saint Louis University, in progress
Ph.D., Philosophy, Saint Louis University, in Progress.

About Audra Goodnight

I am a philosopher, violinist, and avid runner.  Traveling, cooking, and thinking are my primary hobbies.  I grew up in Seattle, Washington where I showed and jumped horses for fun.  In 2013, I graduated with a degree in Latin and Philosophy from Asbury University and moved to St. Louis where I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy.  My work focuses on the moral significance of interpersonal (second-personal) relationships.  I attend The Bridge, FM church in Glen Carbon and am involved in Kingdom work in both Burundi, Africa and India.  I hope to pursue work abroad in some way once I complete my dissertation.


Major Issues of Philosophy

Publications and Presentations

"Testimonial Injustice: A Second Personal Account", Conference Presentation, Society for Women in Philosophy, Dublin, 2015

"Testimonial Injustice: A Second Personal Account", Conference Presentation, Iowa Philosophical Society, 2015

Professional Affiliations

Member of APA

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