Dr. Mark Warren joined the Daemen College faculty in 2016 as an assistant professor of philosophy. Before coming to Daemen, he was a visiting assistant professor at Miami University of Ohio. He has taught a wide variety of philosophical subjects, including ethics, formal logic, the philosophy of mind, free will, and theories of human nature.
Warren’s research focuses primarily on questions of meta-ethics: what is the nature of ethical thought and practice? Is morality objective? How do we come to know moral truths?
Warren earned a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Miami. Before studying philosophy in graduate school, he spent most of his 20s living in Japan, where he studied martial arts and taught English.
Now living in Buffalo with his wife and pet dog, he enjoys discussing philosophy over a glass of wine, bike riding, telling jokes, and reading science fiction, philosophy and other genres.