Teaching

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

PHIL 1001: Introduction to Logic (Spring 2017)

This is an introductory course in formal logic. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

PHIL 5202: Symbolic Logic II (Spring, 2017)

This second course in first-order logic concerns metatheoretic results about the limitations of that system, and the profoundly influential theory of computability that made them possible. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

PHIL 3601W: Scientific Thought (Fall 2016)

This course is a writing-intensive survey of 20th century philosophy of science. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

PHIL 4605/5605: Space and Time (Fall 2016)

This cross-listed undergraduate/graduate seminar explores a geometric perspective on how ideas about the structure of space and time have developed in the course of Western natural philosophy. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

PHIL 1001: Introduction to Logic (Spring 2016)

This is an introductory course in formal logic. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

PHIL 3601W: Scientific Thought (Spring 2016)

This course is a writing-intensive survey of 20th century philosophy of science. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

PHIL 8670: Philosophy of Statistics (Fall 2015)

This graduate seminar surveys a number of central philosophical and conceptual issues in statistics. Check out the syllabus or, for those with a UMN account, the class website on Moodle.

University of California, Irvine

PHIL/LPS 29: Critical Reasoning (Summer I, 2013)

This is a 6-week intensive introduction to some of the informal and formal tools of logical analysis. Check out the syllabus or the class website on EEE for the lecture slides, homework assignments, worksheets, and answer keys.