Professor and Chair of Philosophy at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, member of Doctoral Faculty of Philosophy, CUNY Graduate Center;also, Director of Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay; previously taught at Colgate University, 1988-2010. PhD, U. of Pennsylvania, 1983

I am the Editor of the journal, Criminal Justice Ethics

Currently, most of my work is in three areas (i) Criminal Justice [such as the aims and justification of punishment in a liberal polity, (ii) medieval moral philosophy and its relevance to current debates....with a primary focus on Medieval Jewish Philosophy but exploring other areas as well, (iii) iss…

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