James (Jim) Sias
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
I specialize in ethical theory (especially metaethics) and moral psychology, but I also have interests in epistemology, the philosophy of language, practical ethics, and the history of moral philosophy.
My first book, The Meaning of Evil, comes out later this year. Read more about it here.
Outside of philosophy, I like reading science fiction, drawing and painting, and hanging out with my wife (Molly) and our three kids.
And for the record, my last name rhymes with bias.
Me, circa 2008.