In my position as a career-track professor, I am not required to publish. This is a track I selected a long time ago, as I have always been most dedicated to teaching. As teaching faculty, I have the freedom to expand my scholarship over a wide range of topics, as I select and organize material for students based on their interests in current trends.
Along the way, however, I’ve had a few publications, which appear below. (But mostly, I like to write my unpublished thoughts and arguments in short essays I call “Loose-Leaf Papers” because they don’t live in journals, but rather in my 3-ring binder. I find that my students like having this peek inside my cluttered mind. See them under the ‘Loose Leaf Papers’ tab above.)
Responsibility and Fairness in Paternity Law: A Defense of Fathers:
Moral Domain Expertise and the Complement Model: The Marriage of Virtue Ethics and Situationism for Business Ethics Programs
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