Radheesh is a fourth-year philosophy specialist. His research interests are broadly moral philosophy, political philosophy, and their various intersections. In particular, he is interested in virtue, perfectionism, and happiness (i.e., all things Aristotle). He is a Fellow of the University’s Centre for Ethics, as well as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Philosophy. Outside of philosophy, Radheesh enjoys hiking, drinking tea, and playing the guitar. As always, he’s happy to argue with any Marxists.