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Alex Motchoulski’s research primarily focuses on the morality of social status relations and its implications for the organization of social and political life. His work spans a number of topics in political philosophy, which include topics such as liberalism, distributive justice, political authority, egalitarianism, and democratic theory, among others. Some of Motchoulski’s work occurs within the growing politics, philosophy, and economics (PPE) research tradition, which seeks to integrate insights and methods from the social sciences and political philosophy to develop a more comprehensive understanding of the social world. Motchoulski completed his PhD in Philosophy at the University of Arizona, writing his dissertation on the morality of social status. His work has appeared in such venues as the Journal of Philosophy and Journal of Political Philosophy.