(Ph.D., University of California – Los Angeles). His main interests are in ancient philosophy. His dissertation, Aristotle’s Motivation for Matter, focuses on issues in ancient metaphysics and the foundations of natural science, but he also has strong interests in ancient epistemology and ethics. He is currently writing about Socratic ethics and Plato’s Meno. In the past few years he has taught introductory courses on ethics, the philosophy of mind, and Socrates and an advanced course on ancient philosophy.
A copy of his dissertation, CV, and other documents can be found by following the link above.