Hello and welcome here! This website is a showcase of my work and thinking, and also provides some resources that friends, colleagues, and students may find interesting or useful.
I am a graduate student at Loyola University Chicago, where I am working on a PhD in Philosophy, with specialized interests in Ethics (i.e. bioethics, feminist ethics), Situated Cognition, and the Philosophy of Technology.
Hi there, I'm Bryan.
I am a doctoral candidate (ABD) at Loyola University Chicago, where I am pursuing a PhD in Philosophy.
My scholarly interests focus on ethics, situated cognition, technology, and healthcare. Currently I am in the process of writing my dissertation on the subject of repair (ask me about it sometime, and I am glad to tell you more).
I also have a background in media production, and think that it is important to convey ideas and information in understandable and creative ways. So I created this website as an ongoing project to convey some information about myself in an engaging way, as well as to share useful resources with friends, students, co-workers, family, and those I have not met yet.
Thanks for stopping by.
Bibdesk is an open source program for Macs that helps to collect references and organize associated PDF articles.
Evernote is a free notetaking program that syncs across all of your computers/devices. It is a great way to jot down quick ideas or clip interesting articles and images from the internet.
Mindnode is a simple and elegant mind mapping program for the Mac that can be invaluable during brain storming sessions.
Reeder is an excellent RSS feed reader for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad that fully integrates with Google Reader.
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