Ph. D. Philosophy, Syracuse University
Dedicated to philosophy in higher education I have taught at Syracuse University, Lemoyne College, and Onondaga Community College.
My dissertation is an exploration of the metaphysics of race.
The revised and expanded version was published in 2015. A Realist Metaphysics of Race: A Context Sensitive, Short Term Retentionist, Long-Term Revisionist Approach
Areas of Interest
- First and second year introductory courses: ethics (theory and applied), metaphysics/epistemology, human nature (ancient through 20th century), philosophy of religion
- Junior level: ethical theory, applied ethics, history of ethics (ancient through 20th century), logic
- Senior level: applied ethics