T 10:30-12:30pm; and by appointment
Sam completed his B.A. in philosophy at Whitworth University in 2015. His primary interests include normative ethics, applied ethics, and political philosophy. Within normative ethics, he is mainly interested in the debate between deontological and consequentialist theories of ethics. In applied ethics, he is interested in issues related to the adoption of parentless children, the moral relevance of biological relationships, the permissibility of lying, and the permissibility of abortion. In terms of political philosophy, his interests include public reason liberalism, libertarianism, and rights-based accounts of reparations for historic injustices.
For more information see his CV.