I have taught Introduction to Philosophy, Ethics, World Philosophy, and Introductory Logic at Villanova University and Rowan University.  Genuine learning involves the recognition that there is a larger world to discover. I value philosophy as a form of inquiry that provokes these moments of insight and provides us with the intellectual tools to turn them into knowledge.  As a teacher, I therefore work with students to uncover and interrogate the presuppositions that shape our understanding of the world and of what is possible, and to think clearly and rigorously about how to address pressing economic, political, moral, and environmental challenges.

For more information on my teaching, including sample syllabi, see Courses Taught and Courses Prepared to Teach