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Alexander Bozzo

Alexander Bozzo

Assistant Teaching Professor
TH 381
Dr. Alexander Bozzo received his PhD from Marquette University (Philosophy) in 2018. His primary area of expertise is in early modern philosophy (namely, David Hume), but he has an interest in all things philosophical. He’s published in such fields as medical ethics and the philosophy of religion, and is currently working on questions pertaining to the problem of abortion and the naturalistic foundations of morality. He believes that philosophy is an essential guide for deciding how to best live our lives, both individually and collectively, and thus strives to communicate this aspect of the philosophical enterprise in all his classes.