Endorsements & Reviews
"Faith and Society Lecture Series." Ashland University, March 2022.
"Flirting with Skepticism about Practical Wisdom."
Christian Miller (Wake Forest University), March 2022.
NCLS 2022: Christian Miller Lecture. Airforce Academy, March 2022.
"Honesty: Philosophy and Psychology of a Neglected Virtue." John Locke Foundation, December 2021.
"What Makes an Honest Person? It May Be More Complex Than You Think." John Templeton Foundation, November 2021.
“The Honesty Project and Some Quick Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue.” Network for Research in Morality Inaugural Conference, May 2021.
“Good Characters: Admiration and Emulation in the Literary Encounter,” Panel Discussion, Anselm House Holmer Forum in the Humanities, University of Minnesota, February 2021.
“What is Honesty, Are Most People Honest, and How can We Become More Honest?” US Naval War College, January 2021.
"Falling Short and Becoming Virtuous: Insights from Psychology, Philosophy, and Christianity," Henry Center, November 2020.
“Cultivating Good Character in Students,” William Carey Crane Scholars Lecture, Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture, Baylor University, October 2019.
“Character: What Is It, How Good Are We, and How Can We Become Better?” Grand Rounds. Medical College of Wisconsin. April 2018.
“The Exceptionally Honest Person: Some Preliminary Thoughts about a Stunningly Neglected Virtue,” The Beacon Project Final Conference, June 2018.
“A New Approach to Character Traits in Light of Psychology,” Keynote Address, Character Project Final Conference, June 2013.
“Some Foundational Issues about Character,” First Character Project Workshop, June 2012.