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Publications

Forthcoming: “Socrates, the Daimonion, and Rational Trust: A Perspectival Account” Apeiron.

“What Makes a Theory of Well-Being Subjective?” Southwest Philosophy Review 32, no. 2 (July 2016): 29-42.

“Socrates and his Daimonion: A Paragon of Rationality?” Southwest Philosophy Review 31, no. 1 (January 2015): 53-60.

 

Presentations

“Virtue Epistemology and the Closure Principle.” Eastern APA, Baltimore, MD, January 4-7, 2017

“Pieper’s ‘The Philosophical Act’ and its Pedagogical Implications.” Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers, Southwest Baptist University, October 14-16, 2016

Acedia and the End of Religion.” Pacific Society of Christian Philosophers, University of San Diego, March 17-19, 2016

“What Makes a Theory of Well-Being Subjective?: Commentary on ‘Navigating Subjective Theories of Well-Being’” Southwestern Philosophical Society, Vanderbilt University, November 6-8, 2015

“Aquinas on Acedia: Misapprehension of Divine Good.” Midwest Society of Christian Philosophers, Spring Hill College, March 20-21, 2015

“Socrates and his Daimonion: A Paragon of Rationality?”, Southwestern Philosophical Society, University of Kansas, October 31- November 2, 2014

“Kierkegaard on the Daimonion: An Alternative to Rationalization” Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordham University, October 24-26, 2014

“Divine Moral Authority: Is There An Adequate Account?” Baptist Association of Philosophy Teachers, Baylor University, October 3-5, 2014

“Socrates: A Paragon of Rationality?”, Ancient Philosophy Society, University of South Florida, April 24-27, 2014

“On Divine Love: An Argument for Open Theism”, Honors Program Capstone, Southwest Baptist University, December 2012

 

Graduate Coursework

Aquinas on Charity (Miner)*

Latin Grammar (White)

Latin Readings: Cicero and Virgil (Jones)

Kierkegaard: The Non-Pseudonymous Writings (Evans)

Aquinas’ Treatise on Law (Beckwith)

Workshop in Teaching Philosophy (Kruschwitz)

Aquinas, Spinoza and Hume on the Passions (Miner)

Thomas Reid (Buras)

Stoics on Emotions (Miner)

Readings in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy

Nietzsche and the Greeks (Schultz and Miner)

Epistemology (Anderson)

Logic for Philosophers (Pruss)

Aristotle’s Ethics (Roberts)*

Kierkegaard (Evans)

Thomas Aquinas on the Virtues (Miner)

Contemporary Virtue Ethics (Roberts)

Contemporary Continental Philosophy (Pluhacek)*

Grounding and Fundamentality (Pruss)

History of Analytic Philosophy (Kvanvig)

20th Century Ethics (Solomon)

Metaethics (Evans)

Philosophical Writing (Pruss)

Plato (Shultz)

*Sat in but did not take for credit

 

Professional Memberships

Society of Christian Philosophers

American Philosophical Association

Søren Kierkegaard Society

Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy

Ancient Philosophy Society

Southwestern Philosophical Society