Publications & Presentations

Books

Miller, Christian. Honesty: The Philosophy and Psychology of a Neglected Virtue. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Integrity, Honesty, and Truth Seeking. Ed. Christian B. Miller and Ryan West. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020.

Articles

7. Miller, Christian. “Cultivating Virtue in the University: Some Ideas from Philosophy and Psychology,” in Cultivating Virtue in the University. Eds. Michael Lamb, Jonathan Brant, and Edward Brooks. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

6. Miller, Christian. “Cultivating Honesty,” in Faith & Virtue Formation: Christian Philosophy in Aid of Becoming Good, Eds. Adam Pelser and Scott Cleveland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

5. Miller, Christian. “Flirting with Skepticism about Practical Wisdom.” Practical Wisdom: Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives. Routledge, forthcoming.

4. Miller, Christian. “Moral Relativism and Virtue.” Virtues in Theory and Practice: Local or Universal? Routledge, forthcoming.

3. Miller, Christian. “Motivation and the Virtue of Honesty: Some Conceptual Requirements and Empirical Results.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. Special Issue on Character, 23: 355-371.

2. Miller, Christian. “Honesty and Dishonesty: Unpacking Two Character Traits Neglected by Philosophers.” 75th Anniversary Special Issue on Virtue Ethics: Contemporary Issues. Portuguese Journal of Philosophy 76 (2020): 343-362.

1. Miller, Christian. “The Virtue of Honesty, Nazis at the Door, and Huck Finn Cases.” Belgrade Philosophical Annual. Special Issue on Moral Psychology 32 (2019): 51-66.

Presentations

14. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: What is it, How Honest are We Today, and How Might it Matter to your Journal?” Veritas Forum Augustine Collective Conference, February 2021.

13. Miller, Christian. “What is Honesty, Are Most People Honest, and How can We Become More Honest?” US Naval War College, January 2021.

12. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, gamification beliefs, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, December 2020.

11. Cohen, Taya. “Honesty among lawyers: Moral character, gamification beliefs, and honest disclosures in negotiations.” University of Maryland, December 2020.

10. Miller, Christian. “What is the Virtue of Honesty and How Can We Develop It? Some Thoughts from Philosophy, Psychology, and Christianity.” Notre Dame School of Virtue and Character, September 2020.

9. Miller, Christian. “A Preliminary Account of Honesty.” Tulane University, September 2020.

8. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” Baylor University, January 2020.

7. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: A Stunningly Neglected Virtue in Philosophy,” Honesty Project State of Research Conference, September 2019.

6. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” Wake Forest University Eudaimonia Institute, August 2019.

5. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” Macquarie University, June 2019.

4. Miller, Christian. “Honesty: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” University of Sydney, June 2019.

3. Miller, Christian. “Comments on Biondi on Honesty and Integrity.” Ayn Rand Society, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Meeting, January 2019.

2. Miller, Christian. “Moral Relativism and Virtue,” Keynote Speaker, Jubilee Center for Character and Virtue Conference, Oxford University, January 2019.

1. Miller, Christian. “The Neglected Virtue of Honesty: Insights from Philosophy and Psychology.” Third Annual Conference of ARETAI, European University of Rome, October 2018.

General Audience

Miller, Christian. “The Neglected Virtue: Christian Miller Literally Wrote the Book on Honesty. So We Talked to Him about It.” Orbiter Magazine, December 2019. http://orbitermag.com/the-neglected-virtue/

Miller, Christian. “Character and the Virtue of Honesty with Christian Miller.” The London Lyceum Podcast, April 2020. https://www.buzzsprout.com/412714/3042199-character-and-the-virtue-of-honesty-with-christian-miller

Miller, Christian. “Just How Dishonest Are Most Students?” The New York Times. November 2020.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/13/opinion/sunday/online-learning-cheating.html

Miller, Christian. “The Most Important and Most Neglected Virtue.” The Common Reader, January 2021. https://commonreader.wustl.edu/the-most-important-and-most-neglected-virtue/

Miller, Christian. “Striving Towards the Virtue of Honesty.” Interviewed by Jamie D. Aten. Psychology Today. February 2021. https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/hope-resilience/202102/striving-towards-the-virtue-honesty

Miller, Christian. “Can Wearing Masks Incorrectly Be A Clue To Someone’s Dishonesty?” Forbes. February 2021. https://www.forbes.com/sites/christianmiller/2021/02/04/can-wearing-masks-incorrectly-be-a-clue-to-someones-dishonesty/

Miller, Christian. “Professor Christian Miller.” Conversation on Character Podcast, February 2021. https://www.jubileecentre.ac.uk/2928/about/conversations-on-character-podcast

Miller, Christian. “Why Honesty Matters.” The Lisa Show. BYU Radio. February 2021. https://www.byuradio.org/50a993ab-7f52-4a3d-a4a8-8e45e4cac4f0?play=1

Miller, Christian. “What is Truth?” NPR’s Public Morality, November 2020. https://soundcloud.com/the-public-morality/episode-180-christian-miller

Miller, Christian. “Christian Miller on Character.” Stoa, November 2020. https://blog.stoameditation.com/christian-miller-character/