Perhaps you are here to learn more about my work as a philosopher. browse my CV or my teaching portfolio

December 3, 2022 by No Comments

This project will allow the user to assess a given philosophy professor’s teaching portfolio based on philosophical approaches, quality, and rigor. The idea is that “perhaps you are here to learn more about my work as a philosopher.”

The project is still in development and the author is considering adding content such as philosophical questions to help assess the desirability of this service.

Perhaps you are here to learn more about my work as a philosopher. Browse my CV or my teaching portfolio

This project will allow the user to assess a given philosophy professor’s teaching portfolio based on philosophical approaches, quality, and rigor. The idea is that “perhaps you are here to learn more about my work as a philosopher.”

I have been teaching at Clemson University for the last three years, where I teach undergraduate philosophy courses and advise graduate students.

I graduated from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and completed a master’s thesis in Indian philosophy before I finished my PhD work.

My experience as an academic philosopher has helped me develop my own philosophical ideas, which are informed by both Continental and Analytic traditions.

I am a philosophy professor at Clemson University. I have a PhD in Philosophy from the University of South Carolina and I am a PhD candidate from the University of Notre Dame.

In this section, you can find information about my research interests, courses taught, and publications. You may also learn more about my teaching experience or contact me if you have any questions or would like to talk further.

As a professor of philosophy at Clemson University, I teach undergraduate and graduate students on a variety of topics including epistemology, ethics and environmental ethics. I also have experience in writing professional philosophical articles and blog posts.

I have successfully published over 20 articles in peer-reviewed journals, as well as five book chapters. In addition to this work, I regularly share my philosophical ideas on social media through my website and various blog posts.

I teach a wide range of courses ranging from introductory undergraduate classes to graduate-level seminars. Each course has a diverse group of students with different backgrounds and interests that is reflected in the course materials itself which often focus on blending perspectives or challenging presuppositions.

My name is Dr. James Richardson and I’m currently a philosophy professor at Clemson University.

I have published seven books and more than fifty articles on Philosophy, Ethics, and Religion. As far as relevance goes, my work has been cited in over two hundred academic works by scholars from all over the world and has also been translated into Spanish and Portuguese.

My research interests are primarily focused on the nature of human agency, the metaphysics of freedom, morality in relation to reason and choice, the relation between philosophy and politics, the role of religion in public education, critiques of liberalism and utilitarianism.

I am a professor at Clemson University in the philosophy department. I hold a PhD in philosophy and am interested in working with students and colleagues alike. I teach courses on epistemology, logic, metaphysics, ethics, and comparative religion.

I began my career by teaching undergraduate courses on these topics before moving into teaching graduate courses on the topics. I have also taught a cognitive science course for non-philosophy majors as well as courses for non-philosophy majors about morality and epistemology.

My work is concerned with ontology, meaning and reasoning, metaphysics of personal identity, ethics of killing people and other moral issues

My research and teaching interests in philosophy.

I am a postdoctoral scholar at Clemson University, where I work on issues in epistemology and the philosophy of language. I also teach philosophy courses for undergraduate and graduate students.

I am a professor in philosophy at Clemson University. I teach courses on philosophy of mind, ethics, and metaethical theory.

Philosophy is not my only academic interest. I also have a lot of experience and teaching experience in the fields of cognitive science, aerospace engineering, and psychology.

I received my PhD from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2015 with a concentration in Philosophy of Cognitive Science. I completed my dissertation on how human minds understand their own mental states with David Danks as my advisor.

My research has been featured by the New York Times, ABC News, and NPR.

I am an adjunct faculty member of Clemson University’s philosophy department and have been teaching since 2012.

I recently taught a course on Plato’s Republic, so come chat with me about philosophy in the workplace.