Associate Professor of Philosophy, Kent State University
B.A. in philosophy, Stanford University, 1966
M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy, Northwestern University, 1970, 1973
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium (Rotary Fellowship), 1967- 68
Fuller Theological Seminary, 1973-74
University of Toronto, Centre for Religious Studies, 1989-90
“Religious Experience, Fanaticism, and Kant.” In R. Blake Michael, ed., The Ohio Academy of Religion Scholarly Papers 2002, 27-34. Delaware, Ohio: Ohio Wesleyan University: 2002.
"The Universal Family: More than Metaphor?" 100-104 in Emmanuel K. Twesigye, ed., The Ohio Academy of Religion Scholarly Papers 2000. Athens, Ohio: The Ohio Academy of Religion: 2000.
The Golden Rule. Oxford University Press, 1996.
"Spiritual Dwelling and Environmental Ethics." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, pp. 13-14 in (4.1), Winter 1993.
"Plato's Brush with the Golden Rule." The Journal of Religious Ethics (21.1), Spring 1993.
"Dialectic and Spiritual Experience in Tanabe Hajime's Philosophy as Metanoetics (Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1990).
"Philosophy, Religion, and Indoctrination." Teaching Philosophy, January 1988.
"Levels of Meaning in the Golden Rule." The Journal of Religious Ethics (15.1), Spring 1987.