Maternal Health and Prenatal Needs Research
Foundation Grant Proposal
Hospital Foundation Program Grant Proposal
Non-Profit Print Newsletter
Year End Appeal Letter
Non-Profit Donor e-Newsletter
Religious Charity Appeal Letter
Foundation Grant Proposal
Homeless Youth and Young Adult Grant Press Release
Preventing HIV Grant Press Release
Spring Branch Leadership Institute Press Release
AHA Self-Monitoring Blood Pressure Program Press Release
HPV Vaccination Program Press Release
Apeiron, LLC Press Release
Announcing the issuance of US Patent 10,167,055 for Variably Expanding Chain Transmission
Internal Communications Materials
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Book Announcement E-mail
Academic Seminar Flier
Product Sell Sheet
Student Center Brochure
Writing for a General Audience
Imagine Objective Morality
A blog post on religious themes in popular culture.
A Journey by Bike
A blog on the invention and development of a new bicycle transmission.
Catholics in Healthcare and the Texas Medical Center
A short article for the local Catholic newspaper introducing the ministries for Catholic students and healthcare professionals at the Texas Medical Center.
Accompanying Young Adults Who Face Obstacles to Faith
A short article for the local Catholic newspaper about equipping students to address challenges to their faith.
Fasting For Young Adults
A short article for the local Catholic newspaper about spiritual practices for young adults.
Spiritual Survival Guide
Short booklet of prayers and presentation of Catholic beliefs.
Variably Expanding Chain Transmission (U.S. 10,167,055)
A bicycle transmission which allows a bicycle operator to change the radius of a pedal crank’s transmission gear as sliding gear segments, radially arranged on a base ring assembly, vary their relative radial position from the center of the base plate.
Scholarly Philosophical Writings
Unmixing the Intellect: Aristotle on Cognitive Powers and Bodily Organs
In this book, I argue that, according to the principles he develops throughout the De Anima, Aristotle successfully argues for a strong sense of the separateness of mind (nous) insofar as its activity occurs apart from the body.
The Focus on Immanent Activity in the Second Way
A scholarly reappraisal of Aquinas’s Second Way of proving the existence of God.
The Alleged Birthday Fallacy in Aquinas’s Third Way
A scholarly defense of Aquinas’s Third Way of proving the existence of God against the charge that he commits a fallacy of composition.
Sense Organs and the Activity of Sensation in Aristotle
A scholarly analysis and appraisal of Aristotle’s views on the role of sense organs in perception.