Course Audits

English Composition (three courses)
German (2 yrs)
French (2 yrs)
Latin (2 yrs)
Greek Mythology (2 courses)
Greco-Roman Religion
Thomas Hobbes
Social Contract (e.g., Rousseau, Kant, Rawls)
Existentialism (Camu, Sartre)
Leibniz, Kant, and Hegel
Justice as Love and Benevolence (e.g., Plato, Cicero, Augustine, Leibniz) (repeated once due to the extent of readings assigned)
Schopenhauer and Nietzsche
Historical Ethical Theory ("Great Moral Thinkers")
Philosophy of Religion: Epistemology and Metaphysics
Philosophy of Religion: Hinduism and Christianity
Ancient and Medieval Political Theory (repeated due to the number of books assigned)
Ancient and Medieval Moral and Political Theory
Early Modern Political Theory (repeated due to the number of books assigned)
Comparative Federalism
Corporate Governance (law)
Corporate Governance and Leadership
Capitalism (Smith, Marx, Veblen & Hayek)
Historical Economic Philosophy
EU Law (2 courses)
EU Politics
History of European Integration (I was the teaching assistant for the course)
Colonial American History
Intellectual European History (Early modern to Romantics)
Intellectual History: Modern and Post-Modern
Ancient Philosophy (2 courses; one repeated due to the number of readings assigned)
History of Modern Philosophy (twice; different professors)
History of US Constitutional Law and History
US Constitutional Law (law)
US Constitutional Law (political science)
Historical Economic Philosophy
American Political Thought at the Founding
Modern American History (I was a teaching assistant)
History of Modern China (I was a teaching assistant)
History of Homo Sapiens