Winter Hall 325
Wednesday 11:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Moral and Political Philosophy, Practical Ethics, Philosophy of Religion
- "Preemptive Anonymous Whistleblowing," (co-authored with James Rocha), Public Affairs Quarterly (2012)
- "Acceptance, Fairness and Political Obligation," Legal Theory (2012)
- "Rawls's Liberal Principle of Legitimacy," The Philosophical Forum (2012)
- "Political Naturalism and State Authority," Journal of Social Philosophy (2012)
- "Subjectivist Cosmopolitanism and the Morality of Intervention," Journal of Social Philosophy (2010)
Ed grew up in central Virginia and has degrees from Yale (BA), Oxford (MA), and the University of Virginia (Ph.D.). Before arriving at Westmont, he was an associate professor of philosophy at Louisiana State University. Ed is married to Felicia Song, who teaches in the sociology department at Westmont. They have two children. He is an avid runner, cyclist, and cook. His favorite color is blue; he thinks the zone read will work in the NFL; and he wonders why everyone in the world isn't an Anglican.