Dr Edward A. David is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with The Oxford Character Project, based in the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford. His current research investigates the empirical and moral dimensions of character development amongst aspiring and established leaders within the legal, technology and financial services sectors. Edward also publishes in the field of law and religion and is a senior consultant for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK. He is also a lead author of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women programme on Coursera. Edward holds an undergraduate degree in music and business from New York University, as well as an MSt and DPhil in Theology (Christian Ethics) from the University of Oxford.
Christian and Religious Ethics
Law and religion; virtue ethics; business ethics; moral and political theology; philosophical and theological anthropology; social ontology
David, EA, A Christian Approach to Corporate Religious Liberty, 2020 | Book
David, EA, ‘Is Group Ontology Morally Distracting? A Natural Law Approach to Corporate Religious Liberty.’ Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 8: 641-667 (2019) | Journal article