Teaching

I’m proud to have been awarded the 2018 Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by an Assistant Professor by the School of Arts and Sciences. It’s an award that “recognizes one member of the junior faculty who demonstrates unusual promise as an educator.” In the words of Dean Fluharty, “Dr. Singer is highly lauded by faculty and students for his talents as a dynamic lecturer, his ability to make difficult material accessible and stimulate interest in philosophy, and his accessibility and commitment to students.”

Here are the courses I’ve been teaching at the University of Pennsylvania. If you have any questions contact me.

Spring 2020:
PHIL 005/505: Introduction to Mathematical Logic (Grad & Undergrad)
PHIL 532: Graduate Seminar in Legal Epistemology

Fall 2019:
PHIL 231: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 372: Philosophy of Food and Fat

Spring 2019:
PHIL 001: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 532: The Edges of Normativity in Epistemology

Fall 2018:
PHIL 001: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 600: Proseminar

Spring 2018:
I was an Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Engagement Fellow at Dartmouth College in Spring 2018 and did not teach any classes.

Fall 2017:
PHIL 001: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 532: Traditional and Formal Normativity in Epistemology
PHIL 700: Dissertation Seminar

Spring 2017:
PHIL 532: Social and Political Epistemology

Fall 2016:
I was at Penn but not teaching any classes in Fall 2016.

Spring 2016:
PHIL 231: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 372: Philosophy of Food and Fat

Fall 2015:
PHIL 001: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 600: Proseminar

Spring 2015:
PHIL 005: Intro to Mathematical Logic
PHIL 532: Norms for Full and Partial Belief

Fall 2014:
PHIL 231: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 600: Proseminar

Spring 2014:
PHIL 001: Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 532: Epistemic Normativity

Fall 2013:
PHIL 231: Knowledge and Reality
PHIL 700: Dissertation Workshop

Spring 2013:
PHIL 231: Epistemology
PHIL 532: Seminar in Epistemology