A little about me: I was born and raised in Ogden, Utah and received my BA in physics and philosophy at Utah State University. I later went to Texas A&M and received my MA in philosophy. From there, I received my PhD in philosophy at Marquette University. I am currently an adjunct professor at Salt Lake Community College.
My primary philosophical specialties are ethics, the philosophy of sex and love, and bioethics. My ideas are my own and are not necessarily the opinions of my employer. Areas that I’m competent to teach are ancient philosophy, environmental ethics, contemporary moral problems, and issues in feminism.
Outside of academia, I like to travel, practice my martial arts (Kuk Sool Won), play my violin, and try out new coffee shops where I’m at. Indeed, I have an Instagram account that focuses on my coffee experiences along with my research.
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