Welcome to my Faculty Page
Fall Semester 2014 Schedule
Office Hours: TTh 8:45 - 9:45 am
or by appointment
The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters
Listed below are the courses that I teach. To locate a course syllabus/outline, and other information that pertains to each class, simply click on the course in which you are enrolled or interested in. Also look for updates concerning classes, extra-curricular activities (extra credit and how to write up reports), and useful philosophical links by clicking on "Reflections"
What you see is not what you get!
Fall Semester 2014
PHIL 3 - Introduction to Logic MW
Winter Intersession 2015
Spring Semester 2015
Summer Intersession 2015PHIL 3 - Introduction to Logic - Distance Learning Online
Other Course Outlines
PHIL 9 - Critical Thinking and Writing
at Mt. San Antonio College Philosophy Statement
Measurable Objectives for Philosophy Courses
Mt. SAC strives to make its courses accessible to everyone. It specifically considers features that make its courses accessible to individuals with disabilities, including those using assistive technology for computer access. if you need special accommodations, please contact both the professor and Mt. SAC Disable Students Programs and Services (DSPS) at (909) 274-4290 or http://www.mtsac.edu/students/dsps/
The Writing Center offers free tutoring and workshops to help students with writing in any course at Mt. SAC. Also, the Center’s computer lab offers printing services, access to the Internet, and lab tutors to help students with their writing while working at their computers. The Writing Center is located in 26B-100, behind the Clock Tower. For tutoring, students can stop by to make an appointment or call (909) 274-5325. You can also visit their website at http://writingcenter.mtsac.edu for more information.
A Vehicle In Trust
To bridge the old into the new
To break away from the grasp
Of yesterday which has gone past
To see the new in heritage
Of parents died but still at work
From old foundations long since layed
Repatterned by a child who strayed
To build a vehicle in trust
To carry those who will and must
Break away from us at last
Before their freedom has gone past
April 29, 1973
This is Orbital Perspective
"Space Station" - Documentary, 2002
"Oasis Earth" - Smithsonian, 2007
"Earth Days" - Environmental Movement, 2010
"Earth from Space" NOVA, 2013
"What are you doing, Earth, in heaven?
Tell me, what are you doing, Silent Earth?"
Power will accrue to those who can handle Information.
From: I seem to Be a Verb, 1970
By Buckminster Fuller, et. al.
If we all live our lives in and through organizations, then
large or small organizations must have productive people.
Hence the need for:
Personal and Organizational Development