James L. Anderson, M. Div.

Bio: 

Education

Master in Divinity, Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York

Courses Taught at ACPHS

Ethics of Belief
Eugenics and the Ethics of Artificial Selection 
Mind and Morality 
Critical Thinking 
Philosophical Problems 
Introduction to Psychology 
Abnormal Psychology 
Becoming Human 
Religion as a Search for Meaning 
Health Care and Human Values
Humanities I

Research Interests

I am interested in the role traditional language (English) and logic play in the way people think in the natural and social sciences, moral rule-making and religion. I also am interested in identifying and defining the moral problems in the field of biomedical research and treatment, and developing probable good answers to these problems.

Assistant Professor
Department of Humanities and Communication