Teaching


  • Fall 2022, PHIL 341: Ethical Theory

              • A survey of the central traditions of Western moral philosophy. A theme of the course is the plausibility and prospect of standard theories in light of critiques which dispute the value and appeal of morality.

  • Winter 2022, PHIL 328E: Existentialism

              • A historical survey of existentialism from Kierkegaard to Fanon aimed at upper-level undergraduates.

  • Spring 2021, PHIL 438I: Love, Sex, and Ethical Life

              • An upper-level undergraduate course on the ethics of love and sex. A theme of this course is the philosophical significance of recent literary fiction concerning love and sex.

  • Summer 2020, PHIL 140: Contemporary Moral Issues

              • An introductory course to widely debated moral issues such as charity, abortion, sexual ethics, eating animals, and responsibility to future generations.

  • Spring 2020, PHIL 328E: Existentialism

              • A historical survey of existentialism from Kierkegaard to Fanon aimed at upper-level undergraduates.

              • (Revised syllabus to reflect the transition from in-person to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic).