I had the opportunity to participate in a live podcast episode with InkleDeux for the third time. Our topic was"Secularism vs. Pluralism."We had a great conversation. Thank you, Brandon and A.J. for a wonderful opportunity to participate in Public Philosophy.
I had the opportunity to participate in a live podcast episode with InkleDeux for the second time. Our topic was "Freedom in the Framework." It was a good discussion and we have planned one more live podcast for next month, the topic is "Pluralism vs. Secularism." If you are in the Phoenix area, join us... Continue Reading →
I had the pleasure of writing a guest blog post for Tim Stratton's Freethinking Ministries blog. My topic was "A Presuppositional Approach to Free Will." I hope you enjoy the post, please let me know if you have questions.
Earlier this semester I had the joy of sitting down with Brandon, my former student and classmate at ASU, to talk about life, publishing, and Retrieval Philosophy. You can check out our discussion on the Inkledeux Podcast.
Today I had the privilege and opportunity to talk about the nature of Truth from a philosophical perspective at Paradise Valley Community College. We made an audio recording of the talk. I wish we had captured the question and answer period after the talk because of the quality of the student questions and the discussion... Continue Reading →
I had the privilege of speaking with Joshua Herring on the What's the Res Podcast last weekend. We talked about the role of reason in the aftermath of the postmodern turn in philosophy, Plato, Aristotle, Nietzsche, Public Philosophy, and a lot more!
I gave the PVCC Public Philosophy Fall 2019 lecture on September 19, 2019. We had a nice turnout and a great discussion. We also showed off the publication of the Journal of Public Philosophy. You can check out a video recording of the lecture here. Please be sure to leave a "thumbs up."
I am so pleased to announce that the Journal of Public Philosophy, Volume 1, Issue 1, is at #1 on Amazon's New Releases in Epistemology.
Last year at Paradise Valley Community College we hosted eight lectures in our Public Philosophy Lecture Series. Out of that effort, a few philosophy professors and I developed the Public Philosophy Society (PPS), a professional organization for students, scholars, and patrons to further pursue discussion together. We have been meeting live, online, for two months... Continue Reading →