I am a professor of Philosophy at Mesa Community College in Mesa Arizona. I teach Introduction to Philosophy (PHI 101), Introduction to Logic (PHI 103) Introduction to Ethics (PHI 105), Introduction to Ancient Greek Philosophy (PHI 201), Introduction to Philosophy of Religion (PHI 244), and Religion in Ireland: Neolithic to Early Medieval (REL 250).
I specialize in the History of Philosophy and completed my PhD in Ancient Philosophy under Dr. Hugh Benson of the Philosophy Department at the University of Oklahoma. (My CV is available here.) My dissertation topic is the problem of Socrates' Unity of Virtues. This, among other problems in Socratic Philosophy, I find truly fascinating.
My other philosophical interests include Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind and Epistemology.