I’m interested primarily in ethics and social philosophy, as well as the history of philosophy, and this is also where my research areas all converge. Whether I’m writing about Thomas Hobbes in the history of philosophy, American Philosophy, or academic integrity, supererogatory actions or teaching methods, the focus is on some aspect of freedom/rights, justice, and how these things are manifested in interpersonal and social relationships.
This blog contains several major sections. They are on ethics and social philosophy in general, along with American and Modern Philosophy. Another section is on Thomas Hobbes. Other pages are about the classes I teach at UCF in Orlando.