Office: Plaza 113A
Expertise Areas: Logic and Language, History of Ethics, Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Death and Dying
Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1998.
M.A., Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1977.
B.S., Psychology and Philosophy, Southern Colorado State College, 1973.
(Work in Progress) The Paradoxes of Hypnosis. "A philosophical inquiry into the origin, nature, and effects of hypnotic and trance phenomena. This book includes a Metaphysical and epistemological inquiry to explain--rather than dismiss or explain away-- hypnotic phenomena. Also includes an ethical inquiry into the current use, mis-use, and non-use of hypnosis."
1995-96. "The Ethical Humanist Advisor," an ethics column for the Colorado Humanist.
1994. Elements of Spinoza's Ethical Geometry: A Companion to The Ethics, with Barbara Hoagland.
PHIL 1111: The Philosophy of Consciousness (Freshman Seminar)
PHIL 1012: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1020: Introduction to Ethics and Society
PHIL 2441: Logic and Language
PHIL 3150: History of Ethics
PHIL 3022: Modern Philosophy
PHIL 3550: Philosophy of Death and Dying
PHIL 4700: Spinoza (Seminar)