Teaching

Current

FALL 16

PHIL 219 Sex & Values

PHIL 305 SelectedTopics: Sports, Games, and the Meaning of Life

PHIL 321 Ethics

Future

SPRING 2017

PHIL 308 Social & Political Philosophy; BETH 683/PHIL 583-683 Justice & Health Care;

SCHG 399 (1-credit Lectures course) Sport & Social Change

Rotation

I try to teach the following courses on steady rotations (click links for a sample syllabus)

Ethics, Introduction to Philosophy, and Lectures in Social Change: every second semester or so

Philosophy of Law, Environmental Ethics, Social & Political Philosophy (308), Justice & Health Care: every 4 semesters

Political Philosophy (5/6xx) every 6 semesters or so

All current course information is available on Blackboard

Career at UofL

Here are all the courses I have taught at Louisville since I arrived in 2000, with selected syllabi (if you need a syllabus and it is not linked above, just contact me)

I am also available to advise honors theses, independent studies, and SCHG internships.

    • Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 205).
    • Sex & Values (PHIL 219)
    • Business Ethics (was PHIL 325; now PHIL 225).
    • Social & Political Philosophy (PHIL 308).
    • Environment & Global Justice (PHIL 305/SCHG 300)
    • Environmental Ethics (PHIL 328).
    • Ethics (PHIL 321).
    • Philosophy of Law (PHIL 350).
    • Metaphysics (PHIL 356).
    • Selected Topics: Global Justice (PHIL 505/605/SCHG 500).
    • Selected Topics: Ethics Bowl (PHIL 505).
    • Ethical Theory (PHIL 521/621/BETH 621)
    • Applied Philosophy: Philosophy & Globalization (PHIL 523/623).
    • Applied Philosophy: Global Ethics (PHIL 523/623)
    • Political Philosophy: The Philosophy of John Rawls (PHIL 535/635).
    • Political Philosophy: The Political Theory of Individual Responsibility (PHIL 535/635).
    • Political Philosophy: Democracy and Responsibility (PHIL 535/635).
    • Political Philosophy: Themes from Locke (PHIL 535/635).
    • Political Philosophy: Varieties of Solidarity (PHIL 535/635).
    • Philosophy of Social Science (PHIL 537).
    • Intermediate College Writing: Ethics & Social Issues focus (ENG 102).
    • Honors Seminar: Philosophies of Propaganda (HON 336/346), with Eileen John.