Paul Blaschko is an assistant teaching professor philosophy at the university of Notre Dame, where he teaches courses he's designed on big questions and the philosophy of work. He recently co-authored "The Good Life Method," a book published by Penguin Press about how philosophy can help people live better lives. He directs the Sheedy Family Program in Economy, Enterprise, and Society, a program in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters devoted to exploring how the humanities can help find meaning in work.
Paul Blaschko has been a guest on 1 episode.
Episode 70: Paul Blaschko
June 9th, 2022 | 45 mins
author, book, ethics, morality, philosophy
Paul Blaschko is an assistant teaching professor of virtue ethics, the director of the Sheedy Family Program in Economy, Enterprise, and Society, and the co-author of "The Good Life Method: Reasoning through the Big Questions of Happiness, Faith, and Meaning."