Scott H. Moore
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Great Texts, Assistant Director of the University Scholars Program
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Great Texts
Assistant Director of the University Scholars Program
- Ph.D., Baylor University
- M.Div., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- B.A., Baylor University
- Philosophy and Literature
- Philosophy of Religion
Iris Murdoch, Wendell Berry, Agrarianism, Religion and Politics
- How to Burn a Goat: Farming with the Philosophers. Baylor University Press, 2019.
- The Limits of Liberal Democracy: Politics and Religion at the End of Modernity. Inter-Varsity Press, 2009.
- (co-edited with Robert C. Roberts and Donald Schmeltekopf)Finding a Common Thread: Reading Great Texts from Homer to O’Connor.. St. Augustine Press, 2013.
- “Rethinking Food, Fortune, and Misfortune: Reading Wendell Berry in a Time of Pandemic,” Review and Expositor (2020)
- “The Mad Farmer’s Gay Liberation Front? Wendell Berry on Same-Sex Marriage,” Local Culture: Journal of the Front Porch Republic (2019)
- "The Consolations of Fiction: J.R.R. Tolkien and Iris Murdoch." In Tolkien,our Contemporary,edited by Ralph Wood. University of Notre Dame Press (2015).
- "Murdoch’s Fictional Philosophers: What They Say and What They Show." In Iris Murdoch: Morality and the Novel,edited by Anne Rowe. London: Palgrave (2010).
- "Humanities in an Ecclesially-based University: Return to Reading Greats." In Conflicting Allegiances: The Church-Based University in a Liberal Democratic Society,edited by Michael Budde and John Wright. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press (2004).
- "Hospitality as an Alternative to Tolerance," Communio XXVII:3 (Fall 2000).
- "Christian History, Providence, and Michel Foucault," Fides et Historia 29:1 (1997).