(B.A. Hons First Class - Philosophy & B.A. With Distinction - Linguistics, University of Calgary, 2010)
Quinn’s primary areas of research are ethics (esp. moral psychology), political philosophy, and philosophy of mind (esp. philosophical psychology and philosophy of psychiatry). He is also interested in applied ethics and ancient philosophy.
- Quinn is teaching Phil 25A: Ancient Philosophy in Summer Session D. Office hours: Thursdays 12:30-2 in 144 Moses.
Past teaching (as primary instructor):
Phil 271: Introduction to Philosophy at San Quentin State Prison (With Melissa Fusco). Spring 2016.
Phil 25A: Ancient philosophy. Summer 2015
Phil 2: Individual Morality and Social Justice. Summer 2014
Past teaching (as GSI):
Phil136: Philosophy of Perception Fall 2015
Phil 25A: Ancient Philosophy Fall 2014
Phil 115: Political Philosophy Summer 2014
Phil 100: Philosophical Methods Spring 2014
Phil 115: Political Philsophy Fall 2013
Phil 161: Aristotle Summer 2013
Phil 3: Nature of Mind Fall 2012
Phil 2: Individual Morality and Social Justice Summer 2012
Phil 25B: Modern Philosophy Spring 2012
Phil 3: Nature of Mind Fall 2011
Phil 12A: Introduction to Logic Summer 2011