Georgia State University offers a terminal M.A. in philosophy, and one of its areas of strength is in Kant and post-Kantian German philosophy. The Department has four faculty in this area. Jessica Berry works primarily on Nietzsche, and in particular on Nietzsche and Greek philosophy. Greg Moore is jointly appointed with the Department of Philosophy and the Department of History. His research is in the history of philosophy with a focus on German philosophy of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (esp. Herder, Fichte, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche). Sebastian Rand focuses on Hegel’s philosophy of nature, with an eye toward physics and the transition from biology to the philosophy of spirit. Eric Wilson‘s research concentrates on ethics and moral psychology, particularly in the work of Kant and other modern philosophers. All admitted graduate students are offered an assistantship, and the Department designates an outstanding incoming graduate student who wishes to work in this area as a Graduate Scholar in Kant and post-Kantian German Philosophy.