Matthew Madruga

Graduate Teaching Associate
Phone: 
(415) 338-1022
Building: Humanities Building
Room Number: 391A
Office Hours: 
Monday: 10:00 am-12:00 pm

Biography:
I joined the San Francisco States Philosophy department in the fall 0f 2018.I work primarily on virtue jurisprudence, moral psychology of legal decision making, and ethical issues in political philosophy. Before coming to San Francisco State University, I completed a JD at the University of Pittsburgh.

Interests:
Philosophy of Law
Political Philosophy
Moral Psychology
Virtue Ethics
Chinese Philosophy
Wittgenstein

Courses Taught:
Critical Thinking
Introduction to Philosophy
Great Thinkers: East and West

Conferences, Symposia, Talks:
"Just Law”
9-17-2019, Rights and Wrongs: A Constitution and Citizenship Day Conference San Francisco State University
"Truth, Irony, and Practical Wisdom”
7-24-2019, To What End? Narrative, Institutions, and Practices, University of Notre Dame
"Effective Equality and Liberty"
9-17-2018, Rights and Wrongs: A Constitution and Citizenship Day Conference San Francisco State University