James (Jim) Sias
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
I specialize in ethics (especially metaethics) and philosophical psychlogy (especially moral psychology), but I also have interests in the philosophy of psychiatry, epistemology, and the history of moral philosophy.
My first book, The Meaning of Evil, was published in 2016.
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.
Photo credit: Carl Socolow