Ph.D - Saint Louis University, 2005
M.A.- Baylor University, 1995
B.A. - University of Texas, 1993
Areas of Interest
Contemporary moral philosophy, history of ethics, business ethics, religion and higher education
“Tracking the Toxins of Acedia: Re-envisioning Moral Education,” (with Paul J. Wadell), in The Schooled Heart: Moral Formation and American Higher Education, Michael D. Beaty and Douglas V. Henry, eds., Baylor University Press (2007) 133-56.
“Conceptual Gerrymandering? The Alignment of Hursthouse’s Naturalistic Virtue Ethics with neo-Kantian Non-Naturalism” (with William Rehg) Southern Journal of Philosophy 41:4 (Winter 2003) 583-600.
“Churchland’s Moral Vision,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 73:4 (Autumn 1999) 555-69.