Richard is interested in philosophy, theology, and poetry. He is especially interested in how the Christian contemplative and poetic tradition contributes to the sacramental worldview and how this informs religion, metaphysics, ethics, aesthetics and politics.
He is also interested in Anglican theology and liturgies, environmental philosophy/Eco-theology, and the philosophy of technology.
Richard greatly enjoys teaching Critical Thinking, Intro to Ethics, Business Ethics, Philosophy of Art and Beauty and Intro to Philosophy at Corpus Christi College.
B.A. - University of California, Berkeley
M.A. - Brandeis University
PhD - University of British Columbia