Lekarew, Mark, M.A.
Mr. Lekarew has taught philosophy at various universities in US and Europe, including Fordham University, St. Johns University, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Seton Hall University. He was educated at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Free University Berlin. He has been working on problems in ethics for many years; some of his research has included social justice, collective responsibility and the concept of happiness. His research has worked on specific issues in applied ethics: e.g. the problem of euthanasia and the moral problem of complicity business ethics. Participant in Paduano Research Seminar in Business Ethics at New York University Stern School of Business.
Present research: Hedonism as a Moral Theory, Problems in Moral Psychology and Induction