As a teacher of philosophy and the history of philosophy, I aim to expose students to different frameworks for thinking about reality, our knowledge of it, and our place as humans within it. I strive to show students the variety of views that philosophers throughout history have held, as well as to help them improve their critical reading, writing, and thinking skills. I am dedicated to helping students become meaningful contributors to philosophical conversations, who can effectively develop, critique, and argue for both their own and others' views.
I have had the opportunity to teach a wide variety of courses, and so I have experience teaching different areas of philosophy, including logic, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of science, philosophy of happiness, history of philosophy, moral philosophy, and medical ethics.
Here are some sample syllabi.