Ralph Clark – Professor

Specializations & Research

1. Ethics—especially workplace ethics.

2. The philosophy of time broadly construed to include related issues in both metaphysics (especially the philosophy of physics) and the philosophy of language (especially reference theory).

Other Interests

1. Political and economic philosophy, and in particular libertarianism

2. Health and wellness, construed broadly to include alternative approaches to medical and longevity issues.

Courses Offered

Recently, on a more or less regular basis:

1. Phil 100, Problems of Philosophy
2. Phil 321, Ethical Theory
3. Phil 346, History of Ethics
4. Phil 351, Topics in Medieval Philosophy

In the past, and possibly again on an occasional basis:

1. Phil 130, Current Moral Problems
2. Phil 244, History of Ancient Philosophy

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