Carl's research is in ethics, moral psychology, and the history of philosophy. His doctoral thesis reconstructs Kant's theory of moral character, challenging a standard interpretation to argue that Kant has a rich and compelling account of moral character that is much better than several contemporary accounts. Carl absolutely enjoys teaching. In addition to his teaching at UFV, he has given lectures and tutorials at the University of Oxford, led seminars in philosophy and public policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, tutored medical students at the University of British Columbia, and taught in the philosophy department at Trinity Western University.
DPhil (Philosophy), University of Oxford, 2018
MA (Philosophy), University of Ottawa, 2012
BA (Philosophy), Trinity Western University, 2009