Chuck got his B.A. in Philosophy and Japanese Language from UC Berkeley, and is now in his second year at Pitt.
Chuck's central interests concern the nature of practical intelligence and related topics in ethics, philosophy of action, metaphysics, epistemology and moral psychology. He is also interested in a number of historical figures, particularly Aristotle, Kant and Heidegger. He maintains a side interest in existentialism.
He'd be happy to share several papers upon request; topics include: practical wisdom in Aristotle's Ethics and Street's epistemological arguments against moral realism.
His hobbies include painting and tea.