Social and Scientific Analysis of Environmental Issues (Energy, Food Systems, Climate)
Lecturer in Environmental Studies and Philosophy Departments
- Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara
- M.A., Western Michigan University
Quentin came to UCSB as a PhD Student in Philosophy focusing on Ethics and Political Philosophy, graduating in 2013. He also has a background in logic, science, mathematics, and general environmental studies topics. After being a Teaching Assistant and Associate for several years in Environmental Studies and Philosophy, he now teaches courses in Philosophy and Environmental Science at UCSB.
Dissertation (Fall 2013) “Group Agency, Moral Agency, and Moral Patiency” (advised by Christopher McMahon)
He currently researches issues in energy, food systems, and climate. He also does writings in Philosophy. His areas of study include: diet and climage change, ethics, political philosophy, applied ethics, metaphysics.
ES 25: Quantitative Thinking in Environmental Studies
ES 105. Solar and Renewable Energy
ES 106. Critical Thinking About Human-Environment Problems and Solutions
ES 115: Energy and the Environment
ES 117: Science and Policy Dimensions of Climate Change
PHIL 20A. History of Philosophy
PHIL 3: Critical Thinking