School of Arts and Humanities
Claremont Graduate University
121 East Tenth Street
Claremont, CA 91711
Spring 2014 Office Hours: By appointment.
I work mostly in ancient Greek philosophy, especially in Plato’s and Aristotle’s ethics. I’m currently completing the module on Book V of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics for Project Archelogos. When I finish that, I plant to work more on grace (see "Aristotelian Grace," below).
Some papers dealing with Aristotle on virtue and the virtues:
"Plato" and "Aristotle," brief biographies in the Perseus Encyclopedia (part of a multimedia package for the study of Greek art, architecture, history, literature, and philosophy), Yale University Press, 1995.
The Commentary is an edited compilation of the minutes of the West Coast Aristotelian Society's discussions over a period of years on Eudemian Ethics, Books I and II. Those working on these books might find parts of it helpful.
"Notes on Cavell" is a set of notes prepared to assist a reading group that worked through Stanley Cavell's The Claim of Reason when it first appeared in 1979. It is posted here for anyone who might find it useful.