“Socrates’ Moral Impiety and Its Role at the Trial: A Reading of Euthyphro 6a.” Polis: The Journal of the Society for Greek Political Thought, 30(1), 2013: 30-48
“Trusting the Divine Voice: Socrates and His Daimonion.” Apeiron, 2012, 45(1), 32-49.
“A Religious Revolution? How Socrates Undermined the Practice of Sacrifice.” Ancient Philosophy, 2011, 31:2. 261-274.
Loving the Fine: Goodness and Happiness in Aristotle's Ethics. Notre Dame: Notre Dame UP, 2006.
Editor. The Stranger’s Religion: Fascination and Fear. Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion. Vol. 25. Notre Dame: Notre Dame UP, 2004.
Editor. Promise and Peril: The Paradox of Religion as Resource and Threat. Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion . Vol. 24. Notre Dame: Notre Dame UP, 2003.
Selected recent presentations
“Yoga and Meditation in the Philosophy Classroom.” Wellness in Asian Traditions of Theory and Practice. Asian Studies Development Program 25th annual conference, Nashville, TN, March 2019.
“Learning to Listen: Why Western Philosophy Needs Contemplative Practices,” D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership Conference on Contemplation, Viterbo University, April 2018.
“Trusting the Daimonion: Faith and Reason in the Case of Socrates,” Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Religion, Reason and Faith workshop, September 2017, University of Ottawa.
“Escaping The Analects: Why We Need to Teach More Contemporary Asian Texts,” APA Committee on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies panel at the Central American Philosophical Association meeting, Kansas City, MI, March 2017.
“Using Meditation to Help Us Teach the Bhagavad-Gita,” Teaching Religion panel at the American Academy of Religion annual meeting, San Antonio, TX, November 2016.
“Integrating Hatha Yoga and Indian Philosophy in a College Course” (Poster presentation), with Kristy Kuhn and Rachel Santos. The 8th Annual Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Conference, Amherst, MA, October 2016.
“How Can We Critique What We Haven’t Understood? Teaching Cross-cultural Philosophy in Introductory Classes.” Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy panel at the American Academy of Religion annual meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 2015.
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