A large part of my job at Drury University is teaching. Well, this isn’t surprising — it’s a teaching college and I have a 4/4 load! At a later date I’ll return here and talk more intentionally about what I do in the classroom, what I teach, and about my general teaching philosophy. It just takes too long to put all of those thoughts together.
Classes I’m Teaching Now
At the moment I’m teaching Logic, Asian Ethics, and Philosophy of Mind. In the Fall of 2011, I’ll be teaching Intro to Philosophy, Intro to Ethics, and Early Modern Philosophy.
Overall Classes I Have Taught at Drury University
I teach everything, as there are only two people in my department (well, there are four, but the other two make up the religion side). So that means that I have to be an uber-generalist spread thin all over the philosophical map. I teach:
- Values Analysis (Introduction to Ethics)
- Classic Problems in Philosophy (Introduction to Philosophy)
- Logic and Critical Thinking
- Early Modern Philosophy
- Metaphysics and Epistemology
- Self and Free Will
- Feminist Theory
- Confucian Virtue Ethics
- Asian Ethics
- Philosophy of Mind