"[A]n impressive film on a number of fronts . . . consistently suspenseful." 4 out of 5 stars
I graduated from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. in 2012. I majored in philosophy there and have recently begun the PhD program in philosophy at University of Dallas.
I have about ten years of experience in writing essays, movie reviews, blog posts and even a work of fiction. My my most recent work includes the following essays:
"On the Meaning of Being: A Response to Martin Heidegger"
"The Ontological Primacy of Primary Substance in Aristotle's Categories"
"The Theme of Lacerations and the Embrace of Suffering in The Brothers Karamazov"