At the ancient Agora in Athens

I taught Philosophy at Baruch College (CUNY) for quite a few years until I recently decided to take a break from the academic world and am looking for new challenges. This is my personal website and is, along with a great many things, a work in progress.

My academic self is interested in Existentialism, Ethics, Bayesianism, the Monty Hall Problem, Animal Rights & Welfare, Nietzsche, Aesthetics, Political Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, and – naturally – Philosophy of Science & Technology. Those are just the first few off a list that extends to – essentially – all things in, of, and about this world.

In lieu of trying to create my own pages here to satisfy the various functions that I envision should be part of a personal website, instead I have chosen to embrace the principle of the division of labor. You can therefore learn a bit more about me by clicking through to the following:

  • LinkedIn – Professional network of colleagues, friends and students.

Lastly, if you have been a student of mine – or an old friend or colleague – please don’t hesitate to drop me a line and let me know what good things you are up to. Or, if you feel so compelled, what bad things you are up to – though I hope not much of that.

Best regards to all and thanks for visiting.