New England

Curriculum Vitae

B.A., Thomas Aquinas College, 2012; M.A., Philosophy, Boston College, 2013; Teacher's Assistant, Accademia Vivarium Novum, 2015-2016; Teaching Fellow, Boston University, 2017-2020; Adjunct Professor, St. John's Seminary, 2019-2020; Instructor, Thomas More College of the Liberal Arts, 2019-2023; M.A., Classics: Ancient Greek, Boston University, 2023; Ph.D., Philosophy, Boston University, ABD; Tutor, Thomas Aquinas College, 2023-

 Publications & Presentations

  • “The Road from ἔνδοξα to ἐπιστήμη: Arriving at Definition through Dialectic” Society for Aristotelian-Thomistic Studies, Santa Paula, CA: June 2017

  • “The Road from ἔνδοξα to ἐπιστήμη: The Place of Dialectic in Aristotelian Epistemology” Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, Vol. 92, 2018: Philosophy, Catholicism, and Public Life

  • “Three Prerequisites to Understanding Aristotle’s Definition of Motion” Collegium Phaenomenologicum, Citta di Castello, Italy: June 2018

  • “Aristotle’s Topics: Dialectic’s Place in the Epistemological Structure of Aristotle” American Catholic Philosophical Association, San Diego, CA: November 2018

  • “Hesiod, the other poet: The Eclipse of Hesiod in Aristotle’s Poetics” Northeast Catholic College Conference, Warner, NH: February 2019