I am Professor of Social and Moral Philosophy at the University of Helsinki. Until the end of 2017, I was an Academy of Finland Research Fellow at Tampere, and before that I worked at Trinity College Dublin. I work mostly on ethics and metaethics. I also like to teach political philosophy. The best way to reach me is by email at a.kauppinen (at) gmail.com. In the last several years, I have written a fair bit about well-being, or what is ultimately in our self-interest. The view I've been developing emphasizes the importance of meaningful agency over time both in itself and for the affective condition of happiness. I've also worked quite a bit on the various roles of emotions and attitudes in morality. In addition, I'm interested in the nature of reasons and rationality, though I don't think they're as fundamental for morality and normativity as many others do.