Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.A., Dalhousie University
B.A., University of King’s College/Dalhousie University
Kant, Early Modern Western Philosophy (i.e. European philosophy between 1600–1800)
Defending an interpretation of Kant’s mature moral philosophy that connects his views on ethics with his views on mathematics in novel ways. Also writing an elementary formal logic text.
“You Don’t Need Space,” The Grateful Dead and Philosophy, Popular Culture and Philosophy Series, Open Court Press, 2007.
“Universals” (with Eric Rubenstein), Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2006.
“Some Aspects of the Modal Logic of Henry Bradford Smith” (with Peter Schotch), Journal of Philosophical Logic, Volume 29 No. 6, December 2000.
“Morality and Temporality in Kant’s Philosophy,” American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, March 2006.
“Kant’s Theory of Synthesis and the Problem of Universals,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, December 2005.
About teaching in the Honors College
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