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I have been teaching and engaged in scholarship in Applied Ethics for many years. Most recently, I have come to the area of public philosophy through i.) Comunity Service Learning; iii.) Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies; and iii.) Philosophy of Education -- with a personal and intellectual commitment to the key role of public schools in sustaining democracy.
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