Ph.D., The Catholic University of America, Philosophy
M.A., Boston College, Philosophy
B.A., University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Philosophy and English Literature
John is a native of Massachusetts, growing up in suburbs north of Boston. After completing his M.A. at Boston College, he moved to Washington, DC to earn a Ph.D. at the Catholic University of America. His doctoral thesis considered Heidegger and Plato on the topic of truth. John enjoys playing sports, especially hockey, and is currently a co-organizer of an adult recreational hockey league.
Areas of Specialization
Phenomenology, Ancient Philosophy, 19th and 20th century Continental Philosophy, Kant, Existentialism, and Contemporary Hermeneutics
Courses Taught at Morgan
PHIL 109: Introduction to Logic; PHIL 220 Ethics and Values; PHIL 221 Introduction to Ethics; PHIL 332 Ancient Philosophy