Reasoning, Modern Philosophy, Logic, Ethics, Epistemology, Philosophy
of Religion,Business Ethics, History of Philosophy
French (Reading Knowledge), Latin (Reading Knowledge)
"Multicultural Education and the Future of Democracy" (with Keith Burkum), Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Conference of the Institute for the Study of Postsecondary Pedagogy at SUNY New Paltz (Topic: American Pragmatism, John Dewey, and Teaching and Learning in a Multicultural Society), forthcoming.
"Can Bad Men Make Good Brains Do Bad Things?" Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, 61:3, January 1988.
Presented "Euthanasia and the Plasticity of Intrinsic Values" at the 24th Conference on Value Inquiry, April 19, 1996.
Presented "Contingent Validity: Divine Ominpotence and the Laws
of Logic" at the Fall 1995 meeting of the New Jersey Philosphical
Association, November 18, 1995.
Presented "Humanist in a Box: A Course in Artificial Intelligence for Arts and Sciences Majors" with Marc LaBella, at the Computers on Campus National Conference, November 12-15, 1995.
Presented "Multicultural Education and the Future of Democracy" with Keith Burkum at the Institute for the Study of Postsecondary Pedagogy's Fifth Annual Conference: American Pragmatism, John Dewey, and Teaching and Learning in a Multicultural Society, November 12-15, 1995.
Presented "Truth and Consequences: A Utilitarian Evaluation of Truth" at the 23rd Conference on Value Inquiry, April 7, 1995.
Commentator, "Freedom and Constraint," APA Pacific Division Meeting, 1993.
Participant, AAC&U Conference: The Politics of Curriculum Change,
November 4-5 1994, Washington, DC
Participant, NSF Workshop on Professional and Ethical Issues in Computing, June, 1994. Deborah G. Johnson, Director
Participant, NEH Summer Institute on Naturalism, Lincoln, NE, Summer 1993. Robert Audi, Director.
Honors and Awards
Syracuse University Teaching Fellow--1989-1990, 1990-1991
Outstanding University Teaching Assistant Award 1989-1990
Syracuse University Graduate Scholarship--1985 through 1990
Teaching Coordinator for Philosophy 187--1988-1990
Philosophy Department Summer Fellowship--1986, 1989
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