Professor of Philosophy
Office Address: Miller 207
Office Phone: (909) 607-1819
- B.A. Brooklyn College, CUNY
- Ph.D. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Areas of Expertise
Ethics, particularly procreative ethics, bioethics, theories of moral obligation; Metaphysics of birth and death.
Selected Research and Publications
- "The Risk of a Lifetime"
- "'You Got Me Into This': Procreative Responsibility and its Implications for Suicide and Euthanasia," in New Directions in the Ethics of Suicide and Euthanasia, Springer, forthcoming.
- "Whose Problem is Non-Identity?" co-authored with Paul Hurley, The Journal of Moral Philosophy, forthcoming.
- "Existence: Who Needs It? The Non-Identity Problem and Merely Possible People," Bioethics, 27(9), November 2013: 471-484.
- "Is Having Children Always Wrong?" The South African Journal of Philosophy, Special Issue on Antinatalism, 31, May 2012: 26-37.
- "It Ain't My World," Utilitas, 21(2), June 2009: 144-162.
- "The Moral Complexity of Sperm Donation," Bioethics 22(3), March 2008: 166-178.
- "Identifying and Dissolving the Non-Identity Problem," Philosophical Studies 137(1), January 2008: 3-18.
- "Procreative Justice: A Contractualist Account," Public Affairs Quarterly, 16:4 (2002), 405-425.
- Ethical Theory
- Ethical Theory Seminar: The Moral Deal
- Ethics of the Beginning and End of Life
- Political Philosophy
- Introduction to Philosophy
- The Meaning (?) of Life
- Senior Seminar