My primary interests lie in U.S.-American and Latin American Philosophy, especially as they illuminate longstanding philosophical questions in Ethics, Social & Political Philosophy, and Philosophy of Religion. My 2010 dissertation—“The Religious Dimensions of Ethical and Political Life”—argued that we can fruitfully interpret the contemporary Latin American liberation philosophy of Enrique Dussel as a religious, ethical, and political radicalization of the classical U.S.-American pragmatism articulated by William James, Josiah Royce, and John Dewey. My most recent research has centered upon Mexican and Mexican American Philosophy, including t…

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