Profiles in "Philosophy of Religion and Applied Ethics" Expertise Area

  • Zorita's publications and teaching are focused on issues of cultural diversity, Latin culture, family functioning, professional ethics and the humanistic foundations of social work.
  • Manninen teaches and researches in philosophy, with an emphasis on applied ethics, medical ethics, philosophy of religion, and philosophy and film. She also has interests in social and political philosophy.
  • Anderson studies the philosophy of religion and religion in America. He has authored books exploring the relationship between reason, God and the good. His research interests include reason and common ground.
  • Thad Botham is published in epistemology and in metaphysics.
  • Haines is co-director of ASU's Center of Muslim Experience in the U.S. and associate professor of Religious Studies. As a cultural anthropologist he researches on marginal communities and Islamic values of peace, community wellbeing, and lived ethics.
  • Yoshikawa expertise includes ethics: philosophy of happiness, virtue ethics, and Christian and Buddhist ethics.
  • David's main areas of academic interest and scholarly research tend to focus on issues in the philosophy¬†of religion, political theory, and applied ethics.
  • Parsons is the Grace Center Professor for Innovation in Clinical Education, Simulation Science, & Immersive Technology and director of the Computational Neuropsychology & Simulation (CNS) Lab at ASU.