Courses I Have Taught

Ethics and Information Technology

An online course about the use, misuse, and development of information technologies, with particular focus on the consequences such changes may have on the lives of individuals and on the shape of societies. (View Syllabus)

Philosophy and Race

An online course that discusses ontological, scientific, moral, political, and cultural issues surrounding race. (View Syllabus)


An introductory course examining various moral theories, contemporary social problems, and meaning in life.

Introduction to Medical Ethics

An introductory course exploring the broad nature and scope of health, including the meaning of health, disease, responsibility, informed consent, psychiatric diagnosis, neurodiversity, and death.

Reading, Writing, and Reasoning

A course that develops students' general reading and writing skills with respect to an important philosophical topic. I taught this course on Moral Character.

Some Courses I'd Like to Teach

Moral Theory

Courses examining differences between normative theories, the differences between a naturalist and non-naturalist conception of those theories, and major Western figures in ethics (particularly Sidgwick, Moore, Ross, Parfit, and Bernard Williams).

Moral Psychology

Courses examining how psychological facts ought to shape our understanding of concepts such as reason, desire, emotion, motivation, and judgement.

Africana Philosophy

Courses exploring Africana philosophy as an emerging project that seeks to carefully explain longstanding and developing ideas associated with various historical or socio-political similarities among the African people.

Outreach and Other Stuff

I read to grade school children in Mexico City (2018)

  • Including all of my results as instructor of record, I outperform the University of Colorado on 83% of course questions. These results are publicly available.