THOMAS M. WARD
I am a philosophy professor at Baylor University. Some things I am working on these days include a second book on the theory of Divine Ideas, a translation of and commentary on John Duns Scotus's Tractatus de Primo Principio, a book about how to teach virtue concepts to children, an accessible introduction to the thought of John Duns Scotus, and a few books of philosophy and fantasy, for children.
You can see my curriculum vitae, here.
I have degrees in Philosophy (PhD, UCLA; BA, Biola), and Theology (MPhil, Oxford). I earned tenure at Baylor in 2020. I have also taught at Loyola Marymount University, Azusa Pacific University, and UCLA.
I'm married with four kids. We live under oak trees in Waco. My wife and I hail originally from California. In the photo you can see one of my daughters and me under a California redwood tree.