Why I Teach
My commitment is to the fostering of intellectual curiosity, the expansion of mental horizons, and the pursuit of knowledge for the common good.
- Translation of “Beckett’s Generic Writing,” by the contemporary French philosopher Alain Badiou, in “The Beckett Critical Reader,” edited by S.E. Gontarski, Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
- Translation of “Wagner’s Ascetic Ideal According to Nietzsche”, by Sarah Kofman, in Nietzsche, Genealogy, Morality: Essays on Nietzsche’s On the Genealogy of Morals, ed. R. Schacht, University of California Press, 1994.
- “On ‘essentially’ in Aristotle, in Aristotle’s Ontology, ed. A. Preus and J. Anton, SUNY Press, 1992.
- “On the Alleged Impossibility of a Science of Accidents in Aristotle”, in Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, New School for Social Research, 1990.
- La notion d’accident chez Aristote: logique et métaphysique, Bellarmin/Les Belles Lettres, Paris and Montreal, 1988.
- Ph.D., University of Paris
- M.B.A., George Mason University
- M.A., University of Paris
- B.A., University of Paris
- PH100 Introduction to Philosophy
- FR100 Beginning French I
- HN102 Nature of Knowledge
- PH200 Logic
- PH260 Critical Thinking
- PH300 Business Ethics
- PH310 Existentialism
- PH350 Ancient Philosophy
- ES411 Environmental Ethics
- Location: College Center 432
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- Phone: (302) 736-2572