Welcome to my teaching section. Since Fall 2015 I have been teaching as an Instructor in Philosophy at Auburn University. Previously I taught as a Visiting Assistant Professor at both the University of Minnesota -- Duluth and at the University of Iowa. At my Teaching Materials page you will find my statement of teaching philosophy, my teaching portfolio, and sample syllabi. At the Past and Current Courses page you will find information about the courses I have taught (including my various syllabi).
Courses That I Have Taught:
- Epistemology, Seminar on Varieties of Skepticism, Metaphysics, Symbolic Logic, Philosophy and World Religions, Introduction to Philosophy of Religion, Introduction to Ethics, Introduction to Philosophy, Honors Principles of Reasoning, Principles of Reasoning, Philosophy and Human Nature (TA), Philosophy and the Just Society (TA).
Additional Courses I'm Prepared to Teach and Interested in Developing:
- Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Perception, Modern Philosophy, Early Analytic Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Modal Logic, the Epistemology of Disagreement, Probability and Philosophy, and Applied Epistemology.