Teaching and Supervision

Some syllabi are linked below. For others, just send me an email.

***Check out an unofficial preview  of the upcoming Winter 2017 Phil 205/Econ 261 Philosophy of Economics syllabus.***

Recent Courses

2016-2017:

2015-2016:

2014-2015:

2013-2014:

2012-2013:

  • Phil 359, Philosophy of Mathematics
  • Phil 420, Moral Conflict and Dilemmas
  • Phil 105, Introduction to Ethics and Values
  • Phil 201, Philosophy of Sex and Love

2011-2012:

2010-2011:

  • Phil 105, Introduction to Ethics and Values
  • Phil 220, Moral Issues
  • Phil 322, Contemporary Ethical Theory

2009-2010:

  • Phil 105, Introduction to Ethics and Values
  • Phil 322, Contemporary Ethical Theory
  • Phil 674, Department Proseminar on Truth

2008-2009

  • Phil 220, Moral Issues
  • Phil 322, Contemporary Ethical Theory

2007-2008:

  • Phil 196, First Year Seminar, Moral Disagreement and Moral Objectivity (at the University of Michigan)
  • Phil 402, Senior Seminar, Moral Conflict and Moral Dilemmas (at the University of Michigan)
  • Phil 322, Contemporary Ethical Theory
  • Phil 674, Graduate Seminar on Objectivity

2006-2007

  • Phil 220, Moral Issues
  • Phil 322, Contemporary Ethical Theory
  • Phil 100, Introduction to Philosophy
  • Phil 359: Philosophy of Mathematics

Graduate Supervision

  • PhD supervisor, Jamie Sewell, in progress.
  • PhD supervisor, Andria Bianchi, in progress. Thesis: Sex, Dementia, and Consent.
  • PhD supervisor, Rosalind Abdool, 2015. Thesis: The Ethics of Deception in Caregiving: A Patient- Centered Approach.
  • PhD supervisor, Micheal McEwan, 2014.  Thesis: A Study of the Discursive Aspect of Scientific Theorizing and Modeling.
  • PhD supervisor, Natalie Evans, 2013. Thesis: Agency and Autonomy: A New Direction for Animal Ethics.
  • MA supervisor, Emily Metcalfe, 2015. Thesis: Crime Prevention in a World without Free Will.
  • MA supervisor, Christine Heffernan, 2012. Thesis: Everything Is Going to Be Okay, Right? Kindness, Compassion, and the Moral Permissibility of Self- Deception.
  • MA supervisor, Patrick Clipsham, 2008. Thesis: Moral Fictionalism and Moral Reasons.
  • MA supervisor, Kyle Menken, 2006. MA Thesis: Sentimentalism, Affective Response, and the Justification of Normative Moral Judgments.

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