Teaching

In the fall at Wake Forest, I will be teaching Philosophy 115, an introductory philosophy of religion course. In spring, in addition to a couple of general introductory courses like Philosophy 111, I also will be teaching an elective, or perhaps a course on contemporary French phenomenology.

At Oxford, I taught General Philosophy (epistemology and metaphysics), Post-Kantian Philosophy (Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and Heidegger), Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky, contemporary French phenomenology, and aesthetics.

I’m prepared to teach other subjects, too. Here are some examples.

  • Philosophy of Mind – syllabus
  • Philosophy of Literature – syllabus
  • Philosophy of Religion: Phenomenology and Fideism – syllabus
  • Phenomenology and the Work of Art – syllabus

In summer of 2016, I was selected to teach for the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Programme with the CBL International Cambridge and Oxford Summer Academy.

And here is my teaching portfolio, including student testimonials.