Curriculum Vitae

    Andrei A. Buckareff

    Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

    Marist College

    Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

    andrei[dot]buckareff[at]marist[dot]edu ________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Full-Time Academic Employment:

    Associate Professor (Tenured), Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Marist College, July 2013-present

    Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track), Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Marist College, July 2007-June 2013

    Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Franklin & Marshall College, fall 2005-spring 2007

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    Education:

    University of Rochester, Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2005

    • Dissertation: “An Essay on Doxastic Agency” (Director: Richard Feldman)

    University of Rochester, M.A. in Philosophy, 2004

    University of Rochester, M.A. in Philosophy, 2004

    Texas A&M University, M.A. in Philosophy, 1999

    • Thesis: “Can Agent-Causation Be Rendered Intelligible? An Essay on the Etiology of Free Action” (Director: Hugh J. McCann)

    Fuller Theological Seminary, M.A.T. in Theology, 1997

    Biola University, B.A. in Philosophy, cum laude, 1995

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    Areas of Specialization:

    Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind and Agency, Philosophy of Religion

    Areas of Competence:

    Epistemology, Moral Psychology, Philosophy of Cognitive Science

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    Publications

    Authored Volumes

    1.     Aguilar, J. and Buckareff, A. (in progress) Doing Things on Purpose: An Opinionated Survey of the Philosophy of Action and Agency. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

    Edited Volumes:

    1. Buckareff, A. and Nagasawa, Y. (in progress) Alternative Concepts of God: Essays on the Metaphysics of the Divine. New York: Oxford University Press.    

    2. Aguilar, J., Buckareff, A., and Frankish, K. (2010) New Waves in Philosophy of Action. London and New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.

    3.     Aguilar, J. and Buckareff, A. (2010) Causing Human Action: New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action.  Cambridge, MA: Bradford/MIT Press.

    4.     Aguilar, J. and Buckareff, A. (2009) Philosophy of Action: 5 Questions. London: Automatic Press/VIP.

    Book Chapters:

    1.     Buckareff, A. and Plug, A. (2010) Value, finality, and frustration: problems for escapism? In J. Buenting (ed.) The Problem of Hell: A Philosophical Anthology (pp. 77-90). Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate.

    2.     Aguilar, J. and Buckareff, A. (2010) The causal theory of action: origin and issues.  In J. Aguilar and A. Buckareff (eds.) Causing Human Actions: New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action (pp. 1-26).  Cambridge, MA: Bradford/MIT Press

    3. Buckareff, A. and Plug, A. (forthcoming) Hell and the problem of evil. In J. McBrayer and D. Howard-Snyder (eds.) Blackwell Companion to the Problem of Evil.

    4. Buckareff, A. (forthcoming) Theological realism, divine action, and divine location. In A. Buckareff and Y. Nagasawa (eds.) Alternative Concepts of God: Essays on the Metaphysics of the Divine. New York: Oxford University Press.

    Journal Articles:

    (*=invited)

    1. Buckareff, A. (2000) Divine freedom and creaturely suffering in process theology: a critical appraisal. Sophia, 39, 56-69.

    2. Buckareff, A. (2001) Can the agency theory be salvaged? Philosophia Christi,  (Series 2) 3, 217-24.

    3. Feldman, R. , and Buckareff, A. (2003) Reasons explanations and pure agency.  Philosophical Studies, 112, 135-45.

    4. Buckareff, A., and Zhu, J. (2004) Causalisms reconsidered. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 43, 147-55.

    5. Buckareff, A. (2004) Acceptance and deciding to believe. Journal of Philosophical Research, 29, 173-91.

    6. Buckareff, A., and Plug, A. (2005) Escaping hell: divine motivation and the problem of hell. Religious Studies: An International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, 41, 39-54.

    7. Buckareff, A. (2005) How (not) to think about mental action. Philosophical Explorations, 8, 83-9.

    8. Buckareff, A. (2005) Can faith be a doxastic venture? Religious Studies: An International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, 41, 435-45. 

    9. Buckareff, A. (2006) Doxastic decisions and controlling belief. Acta Analytica, 21, 102-14.

    10. Buckareff, A. (2006) Hobartian voluntarism and epistemic deontologism. Disputatio, II.21, 1-17.

    11. Zhu, J., and Buckareff, A. (2006) Intentions are mental states. Philosophical Explorations, 9, 235-42.

    12. Buckareff, A. (2006) Compatibilism and doxastic control. Philosophia, 34, 143-52.

    13. Buckareff, A. (2007) Mental overpopulation and mental action: Protecting intentions from mental birth control. Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 37, 49-66.

    14. Buckareff, A. (2008) Strategic reliabilism and the replacement thesis in epistemology. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, 47, 425-37.

    15. Buckareff, A. (2008) Action and doxastic control: The asymmetry thesis revisited. European Journal of Analytic Philosophy, 4, 5-12.

    16. Buckareff, A. (2009) Metaepistemology and divine revelation.  The Heythrop Journal, 50, 85-90.

    17. Aguilar, J. and Buckareff, A. (2009) Agency, consciousness, and executive control.  Philosophia, 37, 21-30.

    18. Buckareff, A. and Plug, A. (2009) Escapism, religious luck, and divine reasons for action.  Religious Studies: An International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, 45, 63-72.

    19. Buckareff, A. and Zhu, J. (2009) The Primacy of the Mental in the Explanation of Human Action.  Disputatio, III.26, 73-88.

    20. Buckareff, A. (2010) Acceptance does not entail belief.  International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 18, 255-61.

    21. Buckareff, A. and Van Wagenen, J. (2010) Surviving Resurrection.  International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 67, 123-39.

    22. *Buckareff, A. (2011) Intralevel Mental Causation. Frontiers of Philosophy in China: Special Issue on Philosophy of Action, 6, 402-25.

    23. Buckareff, A. (2011) Action-individuation and doxastic agency.  Theoria, 77, 312-32.

    25. *Buckareff, A. (2011) How does agent-causal power work?  The Modern Schoolman: Special Issue on Free Will and Moral Responsibility, 88, 105-21.

    24. *Buckareff, A. (2012) An action-theoretic problem for intralevel mental causation.  Philosophical Issues: A Supplement to Noûs, 22, 89-105.

    26. Buckareff, A. (2012) Omniscience, the Incarnation, and Knowledge De Se. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 4, 59-71.

    Book Reviews:

    1. Buckareff, A. (1997) Review of David Basinger, The case for freewill theism. Philosophia Christi, (Series One) 20, 66-9.

    2. Buckareff, A. (2000) Review of John Sanders, The God who risks: A theology of providence. Koinonia,12, 287-90.

    3. Buckareff, A. (2001) Review of Timothy O’Connor, Persons and causes: The metaphysics of free will. Auslegung, 24, 219-26.

    4. Buckareff, A. (2002) Review of Elijah Millgram, Practical induction. Auslegung, 25, 161-66.

    5. Buckareff, A. (2005) Review of G.F. Schueler, Reasons and purposes: Human rationality and the teleological explanation of action. Philosophical Psychology, 18, 145-49.

    6. Buckareff, A. (2006) Review of Keith Frankish, Mind and supermind. Philosophy in Review, 26, 254-56.

    7. Buckareff, A. (2006) Review of Michael A. Bishop and J.D. Trout, Epistemology and the psychology of human judgment. Philosophical Psychology, 19, 847-51.

    8. Buckareff, A. (2008) Review of William Rowe, Can God be free? The Review of Metaphysics, 61. 664-66.

    9. Buckareff, A. (2008) Review of Peter Forrest, Developmental theism: From pure will to unbounded love.  Philosophy in Review, 28, 194-96  

    10. Buckareff, A. (2009) Permissible faith ventures: A review of John Bishop, Believing by faith; an essay on the epistemology and ethics of religious belief. Sophia, 48, 85-90.

    11. Buckareff, A. (2009) Review of Yujin Nagasawa, God and phenomenal consciousness: a novel approach to knowledge arguments.  Philosophy in Review, 29, 208-10.

    12. Buckareff, A. (2010) Review of E.J. Lowe, Personal agency: the metaphysics of mind and action. Philosophy in Review, 30, 276-79.

    13. Buckareff, A. (2011) Review of Maria Alvarez, Kinds of Reasons.  Philosophy in Review, 31, 245-47.

    14. Buckareff, A. (2012) Review of Bruno Verbeek, ed., Reasons and Intentions.  Journal of Moral Philosophy, 9, 308-10.

    15. Buckareff, A. (2012) Review of Lucy O'Brien and Matthew Soteriou, Mental ActionsThe Philosophical Quarterly, 62, 401-403.

    16. Buckareff, A. (2012) Review of Gregg Caruso, Free Will and Consciousness: A Determinist Account of the Illusion of Free Will. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.

    17. Buckareff, A. (forthcoming) Review of Helen Steward, A Metaphysics for Freedom. Philosophy in Review.

    Non-Academic Publications:

    1. Opinion Piece: “Author Says Military Actions in Gaza Morally Unjustified,” Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Online, January 6, 2009 

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    Selected Professional Presentations:

    Invited (job talks are not included):

    1. “Escaping Hell: Divine Motivation and the Problem of Hell” (with Allen Plug)

    • Department of Philosophy, Nazareth College, Rochester, NY, September 25, 2003  

    2. “Hell: The Problem, Options, and a Proposal” (with Allen Plug)

    •  Department of Philosophy, SUNY College at Fredonia, March 10, 2004

    3. “Mental Overpopulation and Mental Action: Protecting Intentions from Mental Birth Control”

    • Department of Scientific and Philosophical Studies of the Mind, Franklin & Marshall College, November 17, 2006

    4. “Epistemic Fit and Divine Revelation”, Book Symposium on William J. Abraham, Crossing the Threshold of Divine Revelation

    • Society of Christian Philosophers Group Meeting, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, December 2007, Baltimore, MD

    5. “A Pairing Problem for Immaterial Divine Agency”

    • Metaphysics and Philosophy of Religion Workshop, Department of Philosophy and Classics, University of Texas at San Antonio, March 27-28, 2009, San Antonio, TX

    6. “Ontological Naturalism and Alternative Conceptions of God”

    • Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China, May 25-29, 2009

    7. “Agent-Causal Power”

    • Beijing International Symposium: On Human Action and Human Knowledge, Institute of Foreign Philosophy, Peking University, Beijing, China, September 26-29, 2010
    • Conference on Responsibility, Agency, and Persons, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, September 16-17, 2011
    • Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Marist College, November 10, 2011

    8. “Divine Materialism”

    • Symposium on Divine Action, Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, San Diego, CA, April 20-23, 2011
    • Department of Philosophy, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, October 18, 2011

    9. "Eternalists Cannot be Humean Compatibilists"

    • Conference on Alternatives, Belief, and Action, Universitat de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, November 15-16, 2012
    Refereed Presentations:

    1. “Evolution, Suffering, and Divine Action in Process Theism: A Critique”

    ·      Society of Christian Philosophers Eastern Regional Meeting, April 22-24, 1999, Samford University, Birmingham, AL

    ·      Society of Christian Philosophers Midwest Regional Meeting, March 25-27, 1999, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

    ·      Society of Christian Philosophers Mountain Plains Regional Meeting, March 11-13, 1999, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

    2. “Agency Theory Naturalized?”

    ·      The 52nd Annual Conference of the New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, March 31-April 1, 2000, Irving, TX

    ·      The 24th Annual Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 24-26, 2000, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN

    3. “Reasons and the Explanation of Actions within the Agency Theory”

    ·      Consciousness and Emergence: A Conference in Philosophy of Mind for Graduate Students, April 20-22, 2001, University of Western Ontario, London, ON

    ·      Society of Christian Philosophers Eastern Regional Meeting, March 1-3, 2001, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY

    ·      The 25th Annual Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 23-24, 2001, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN

    4. “Reasons-Explanations and Pure Agency” (with Richard Feldman)

    • Persons and Free Will: Society of Christian Philosophers Midwest Regional Meeting, September 12-14, 2002, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

    5. “Negligence and Epistemic Justification”

    • Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Congress, May 30-June 3, 2003, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
    • The 94th Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, March 28-30, 2002, Nashville, TN
    • The 26th Annual Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 22-23, 2002, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN

    6. “Escaping Hell: Divine Motivation and the Problem of Hell” (with Allen Plug)

    • Society of Christian Philosophers Eastern Regional Meeting, November 14-16, 2002, Messiah College, Grantham, PA

    7. “Social Psychology and the Ethics of Belief”

    • State of the Discipline: Graduate Conference on Interdisciplinary Movements in Philosophy, March 6, 2004, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY

    8. “How (Not) To Think About Mental Action”

    • Values, Rational Choice, and the Will: A Special Conference on Values, April 1-3, 2004, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI

    9. “Epistemically Irresponsible Action and Epistemic Justification”

    • Joint Meeting of the Central States Philosophical Association and Iowa Philosophical Association, October 22-23, 2004, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
    • Western New York-Western Pennsylvania Regional Meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, April 17, 2004, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY

    10. “Intentions are Mental States” (with Jing Zhu)

    • The 97th Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, March 24-26, 2005, Durham, NC

    11. “Can Faith Be a Doxastic Venture?”

    • Western New York-Western Pennsylvania Regional Meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, April 16, 2005, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY

    12. “Protecting Intentions from Mental Birth Control”

    • Action, Ethics, and Responsibility: Ninth Annual Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, March 31-April 2, 2006, Washington State University, Pullman WA and University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

    13. “Strategic Reliabilism and the Replacement Thesis”

    • Fall 2007 Meeting of the Long Island Philosophical Society, October 13, 2007, Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

    14. “The Ontology of Action and Divine Agency”

    • The Concept of God: The British Society for the Philosophy of Religion 2007 Conference, September 11-13, 2007, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, Oxford, U.K.
    • Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 18-23, 2008, Pasadena, CA

    15. “The Primacy of the Mental in the Explanation of Human Action” (with Jing Zhu)

    • Poster Presentation at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, June 26-29, 2008, Hosted by the Institute for Research in Cognitive Science at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

    16. “Action Individuation and Doxastic Agency”

    • Annual Meeting of the Central States Philosophical Association, September 26-27, 2008, St. Paul, MN
    17. “Eternalists Cannot be Humean Compatibilists”
    • Philosophy of Time Society Group Meeting at the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, February 18-21, 2009, Chicago, IL

    18. “Omniscience, Ways of Knowing, and Knowledge De Se

    • Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, February 17-20, 2010, Chicago, IL

    19. “A Problem for Intralevel Mental Causation”

    • Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 30-April 2, 2011, Minneapolis, MN
    • Minds, Bodies, and Souls: Society of Christian Philosophers Eastern Regional Conference, March 18-19, 2011, Fordham University, New York, NY

    20. “Agent-Causal Power"
    • Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, April 4-7, 2012, Seattle, WA

    21. “A God for the OmniGod Atheist?

    • Atheisms: The British Society for the Philosophy of Religion 2013 Conference, September 11-13, 2013, Oriel College, Oxford University, Oxford, U.K.
    Invited Comments:

    1. Comments on Douglas Lavin's “Practical Rationality and the Possibility of Error” at the 24th Annual Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 24-26, 2000, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN  

    2. Comments on Anne Tarver's “Revisiting Reactive Attitudes” at the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, May 3-5, 2001, Minneapolis, MN

    3. Comments on Jill Rusin's “A Problem for Contextualism” at the University of Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference, November 2-3, 2001, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY

    4. Comments on Jeff Mitchell’s “Religious Faith and the Philosophical Attitude” at the 26th Annual Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 22-23, 2002, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN

    5. Comments on Chase Wrenn’s “Hypothetical and Categorical Epistemic Normativity” at the 94th Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, March 28-30, 2002, Nashville, TN

    6. Comments on Zac Cogley’s “Whose Evaluative Practice, Which Self-Understanding?” at the Ohio Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, April 5, 2003, Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH

    7. Comments on Manuel Vargas’s “Moral Influence, Moral Responsibility” at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 23-27, 2005, San Francisco, CA

    8. Comments on Mark Wunderlich’s “The Tracking Theory of Epistemic Justification” at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 22-26, 2006, Portland, OR

    9. Comments on Edward Hinchman’s “Receptivity and the Will” at the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, April 27-29, 2006, Chicago, IL

    10. Comments on Alfred R. Mele’s “Practical Mistakes and Intentional Actions” (with Jing Zhu) for the First Online Philosophy Conference, May 2006 http://experimentalphilosophy.typepad.com/online_philosophy_confere/

    11. Comments on Jennifer Morton’s “Practical Reasoning and the Varieties of Agency” at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, April 3-8, 2007, San Francisco, CA

    12. Comments on Eric Wiland’s “Intentional Action and ‘In Order To’” at the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, April 19-21, 2007, Chicago, IL

    13.  Comments on Chris Ferro, “The Philosophy of Action and the So-Called Problem of Causal Deviance” at the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, February 18-21, 2009, Chicago, IL

    14. Comments on Ruth Chang, “Do We Have Normative Powers?” at the Sociedad Filosofica Ibero Americana (SOFIA) XVIII Conference: Philosophy of Action, Huatulco, Mexico, January 8-10, 2010

    15. Comments on Baron Reed, “Fallibilism, Epistemic Possibility, and Epistemic Agency” at the Sociedad Filosofica Ibero Americana (SOFIA) XIX Conference : Epistemic Agency, Huatulco, Oaxaca, Mexico, January 9-11, 2012

    16. Comments on Santiago Amaya, "Slips and Basic Action" at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 27-31, 2013, San Francisco, CA

    Other Presentations

    1. “Philosophical Perspectives on Theories of the Atonement,” Adult Religious Education Class, spring 2006, St. James’s Episcopal Church, Lancaster, PA

    2. “Faith and Politics: Religion in the Public Square,” Adult Religious Education Class, fall 2006, St. James’s Episcopal Church, Lancaster, PA

    3. Panelist, Ethics Forum, 2008 Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program: “Ecology in Context,” Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, July 24, 2008

    4. “Faith and the Public Square: The Case for Public Reason and Against Sectarian Reasons,” October 19, 2008, Christ Episcopal Church, Poughkeepsie, NY

    5. “Faith and Politics: The Case for Public Reason and Against Sectarian Reasons,” Adult Religious Education Class, November 1, 2009, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, New Paltz, NY

    6. Podcast Interview: "Belief, Acceptance, and Panentheism," Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot, episode 016: <http://commonsenseatheism.com/?p=6432>

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    Selected Honors and Awards:

    Summer Research Grant, Marist College, summer 2012

    John Templeton Foundation project grant (with Yujin Nagasawa, University of Birmingham, U.K.) for “Exploring Alternative Concepts of God,” 2011-13

    Selected to be a participant in the Experimental Philosophy of Free Will Bootcamp and Workshop, Yale University, summer 2011

    National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar Fellowship to attend NEH Seminar on Metaphysics and Mind, Washington University at St. Louis (Director: John Heil), summer 2009

    National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for College and University Teachers Fellowship to attend NEH Institute on Experimental Philosophy, University of Utah (Directors: Ron Mallon and Shaun Nichols), summer 2009 (Had to decline in order to attend the NEH Seminar on Metaphysics and Mind)

    Travel/Research Grant, School of Liberal Arts, Marist College, summer 2008, spring 2009, spring 2010, spring 2011

    Special Recognition Award for Achievement in Scholarship, Marist College, 2007-08

    Travel Grants, Marist College, every fall and spring term for travel to conferences from fall 2007-spring 2011, spring 2012

    Provost's Fellowship (service-free fellowship), University of Rochester, 2000-2002, 2004-2005

    University Fellowship, University of Rochester, 2002-2004

    Nominated for the Edward Peck Curtis Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Graduate Student, 2003

    The College Writing Program Teaching Fellowship, University of Rochester, 2002-2003

    Graduate Student Travel Grant, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 2002

    Graduate Assistantship, Texas A&M University, spring 1998-fall 1999

    Lewis Smedes Scholarship, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1996-1997

    Graduated Cum Laude from Biola University

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    Courses Taught:

    Upper-Division Undergraduate:

    • Contemporary Analytic Philosophy (Marist College)
    • Epistemology (x2, Marist College)
    • Honors Seminar: Free Will and Science (Marist College)
    • Metaphysics (x4, Franklin & Marshall College, Marist College)
    • Philosophy Capping for Seniors (Marist College)
    • Philosophy of Mind (x3, Marist College)
    • Philosophy of Religion (Marist College)
    • Special Topics: Human Action, Free Will, and Responsibility (Marist College)
    • Special Topics: Philosophy of Action (Marist College)
    • Directed Readings: Crime and Punishment (Franklin & Marshall College)
    • Directed Readings: Metaphysics (reading John Heil's The Universe as we Find It) (Marist College)
    • Directed Readings: Ontology (reading C.B. Martin’s The Mind in Nature) (Marist College)
    • Directed Readings: Powers (Marist College)
    • Directed Readings: Torture (Franklin & Marshall College)
    • Directed Readings: The Will (reading Richard Holton's Willing, Wanting, and Waiting) (Marist College)
    • Directed Readings: Reasons for Action (Marist College)

    Intermediate Undergraduate:

    • Ethics (x6, Marist College)
    • History of Ancient Philosophy (Franklin & Marshall College)
    • Moral Theory (Franklin & Marshall College)
    • Morality and the Law (x2, Franklin & Marshall College)
    • Philosophy of Religion (University of Rochester)
    • Political Philosophy (x2, Franklin & Marshall College)

     

    Introductory Undergraduate:

    • Contemporary Moral Issues (x2, Texas A&M University)
    • Introduction to Ethics (Monroe Community College, SUNY)
    • Introduction to Moral Philosophy (x3, Franklin & Marshall College)
    • Introduction to Philosophy (x16, Blinn Community College, Marist College, Texas A&M University) 
    • Reasoning and Writing: Minds, Brains, and Science Fiction (x2, University of Rochester)

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    Service:

    To the Profession:

    Co-founder and member of the organizing committee for the Society for Philosophy of Agency, 2011-present

    Area Editor (Action Theory) at PhilPapers <http://philpapers.org>, March 2011-present

    Co-Webmaster (with Constantine Sandis) of Philosophy of Action <http://www.philosophyofaction.com>, March 2010-present

    Occasional referee for the following journals:

    Acta Analytica, American Philosophical Quarterly, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Dialectica, Episteme: Journal of Social Epistemology, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Faith and Philosophy, Journal of Philosophical Research, Mind, Monist, Oxford Bibliographies Online, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophia, Philosophical Papers, Philosophical Psychology, Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophical Studies, Polish Journal of Philosophy, Religious Studies, Sophia, Theoria, Topics in Contemporary Philosophy

    Manuscript Referee for Longman Publishing, Oxford University Press, Palgrave-Macmillan, and Routledge

    Consultant/Advisor for Broadview Press, Longman Publishing, Oxford University Press, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, and Wiley-Blackwell

    Session Chair (Moral Psychology), CPA Annual Congress, May 30-June 3, 2003, Halifax, NS

    Session Chair (Practical Reason), Central APA, April 22-26, 2004, Chicago, IL

     To the College:

    Marist College

    Developing Cognitive Science Minor (with faculty from Biology, English, Philosophy, and Psychology), 2011-present

    Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Internship Coordinator, 2011-present

    Committee on Marist College Mission and Integrity for Middle States Accreditation, 2011-2012

    Academic Standards Committee, Member, 2008-2011

    Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Colloquium Coordinator, 2007-2011

    Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Works in Progress Group Coordinator, 2007-2011

    Evolution Reading Group, Co-Coordinator, 2008-present

    Philosophy Search Committee Member for Specialist in Early Modern Philosophy, 2007-08

    Course Development for Catalogue: Contemporary Analytic Philosophy, fall 2007

    Franklin & Marshall College

    Faculty Sponsor for Student Intern at MidPenn Legal Services, spring 2007

    Organizer for Departments of Philosophy and Scientific and Philosophical Studies of the Mind Colloquium (Thomas Nadelhoffer), spring 2007

    Honors Thesis Defense Committee Member, Department of Philosophy, spring 2006, spring 2007

    Organizer for Departments of Scientific and Philosophical Studies of the Mind and Philosophy Colloquium (Joshua Knobe), spring 2006

    To the Community:

    Member: Advisory Board (Vestry), spring 2010-spring 2011, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, New Paltz, NY 

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    References:

    John Bishop, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Auckland

    Randolph Clarke, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Florida State University

    Richard Feldman, Professor of Philosophy and Dean of The College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering, Department of Philosophy, University of Rochester

    John Heil, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis

    Hugh J. McCann, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Humanities, Texas A&M University

    Alfred R. Mele, William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Florida State University,