I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Seton Hall University. I completed my MA and PhD in philosophy at Syracuse University. Before I came to Syracuse, I completed a BA in philosophy and a BS in political science at Arizona State University. I also completed an MA in political science at ASU with a focus on political theory and American politics.
My primary research interests are in normative ethics, animal welfare, global poverty, and the philosophy of death.
My work can be found on my philpapers and my academia.edu pages. Feel free to email me if you want to read any article of mine that you cannot access.
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