Curriculum Vitae

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Education

Areas of Specialization and Competence

  • AOS: Epistemology, Ancient Philosophy
  • AOC: Logic, Ethics, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion

Presentations

  • May 31, 2015 — “The Pyrrhonian Case Against Certainty”

Teaching

Please see my dedicated teaching page.

Graduate Coursework in Philosophy

University of California, San Diego

  • Winter 2017 — Thesis Research: The Nature of Pyrrhonism — Monte Johnson
  • Spring 2016 — Thesis Research: The Pyrrhonian Problematic — Monte Johnson
  • Fall 2015 — Thesis Research: The Limits of Skepticism — Monte Johnson
  • Spring 2015 — Thesis Research: Dialectical Pyrrhonism — Monte Johnson
  • Winter 2015 — Thesis Research: Unmitigated Skepticism — Monte Johnson
  • Fall 2014 — Seminar in Greek Philosophy: Pyrrhonian Skepticism — Monte Johnson
  • Spring 2014 — Aristotle’s Philosophy of Science: The Posterior AnalyticsMonte Johnson
  • Winter 2014 — Thesis Research: Translating the Πυρρωνείων ὑποτυπώσεωνMonte Johnson
  • Spring 2013 — Research Topic: The Operation of Pyrrhonian Skepticism — Donald Rutherford
  • Winter 2013 — Research Topic: Pyrrhonian Skepticism — Samuel Rickless
  • Fall 2012 — Research Topic: Pyrrhonian Moral Skepticism — Monte Johnson
  • Spring 2012 — Research Topic: Sextus Empiricus and Pyrrhonism — Monte Johnson
  • Fall 2011 — The Semantics of Knowledge Attributions — Samuel Rickless
  • Spring 2011 — Consciousness and Phenomenal Concepts — Jonathan Cohen
  • Spring 2011 — What Stuff Could Do, Physically and Metaphysically — Craig Callendar
  • Winter 2011 — Aristotle’s PoliticsGeorgios Anagnostopoulos
  • Winter 2011 — Heidegger — Clinton Tolley
  • Fall 2010 — Political Philosophy — Richard Arneson
  • Fall 2010 — Truth in Kant — Gila Sher
  • Spring 2010 — Consciousness, Computability, and Incompleteness — Gila Sher
  • Spring 2010 — Kant on God and Nature — Eric Watkins
  • Winter 2010 — Brain-Based Epistemology, Semantics, and Metaphysics — Paul Churchland
  • Fall 2009 — Proseminar — Donald Rutherford

University of California, Irvine

  • Winter 2016 — Directed Research: Dialectical Pyrrhonism — Casey Perin
  • Fall 2013 — Directed Research: The Five Modes of Agrippa — Casey Perin
  • Winter 2013 — Independent Study: The Scope of Pyrrhonian Skepticism — Casey Perin

Reading and Translation Groups

  • Winter 2017 — Greek Reading Group: Plato’s EuthydemusMonte Johnson
  • Spring 2016 — Greek Reading Group: Plato’s EuthydemusMonte Johnson
  • Winter 2016 — Greek Reading Group: Diogenes Laertius’ Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Book VI: Diogenes of Sinope; and Book IX: Leucippus, Democritus, and Protagoras — Monte Johnson
  • Fall 2015 — Greek Reading Group: Diogenes Laertius’ Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Book VI: Antisthenes and Diogenes of Sinope — Monte Johnson
  • Spring 2015 — Greek Reading Group: Diogenes Laertius’ Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Book X: Epicurus — Monte Johnson
  • Winter 2015 — Greek Reading Group: Diogenes Laertius’ Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Book X: Epicurus — Monte Johnson
  • Fall 2014 — Greek Reading Group: Plutarch’s Περὶ ἐυθυμίαςMonte Johnson
  • Spring 2014 — Greek Reading Group: Plato’s TheaetetusMonte Johnson
  • Winter 2014 — Greek Reading Group: Plato’s TheaetetusMonte Johnson
  • Fall 2013 — Greek Reading Group: Plato’s TheaetetusMonte Johnson
  • Fall 2012 — Greek Reading Group: Aristotle’s MetaphysicsMonte Johnson
  • Spring 2012 — Greek Reading Group: Plato’s CratylusMonte Johnson
  • Spring 2010 — Metaphysics & Epistemology Reading Group — Jonathan Cohen

Fellowships, Honors, and Awards

Professional Memberships

Languages

  • English — Native speaker
  • Ancient Greek — Reading knowledge