Thomas Dylan Daniel, M.A. is a recent graduate of Texas State University's Master of Arts in Applied Philosophy and Ethics program. He is engaged with a pedagogical philosophy blog and will be joining the Texas State University faculty as an adjunct lecturer in philosophy in the fall (2015).
Ph.D program acceptance is currently a goal and favorite pastimes include bicycling and chess. Philosophy of mind and ethics are key areas of academic interest, including but not limited to the neurobiology of social interaction, distributed cognition, and political philosophy. Current projects include a book about the ethical significance of the neuroscience of pleasure, a pedagogical philosophy blog/reading group, and a collaborative work about philosophy of education.