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Gender MALE
Industry Education
Occupation Professor
Location Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02747-1925, United States
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Introduction David Buehler, Ph.D. has been teaching Ethics and Philosophy at Providence College in Rhode Island since 1993. This Fall [FA18] , David expects to be teaching PHL 314 [Philosophy of Violence], which has taken on new import in this Violent New Era. Previously he taught Biomedical Ethics,"Food Ethics," [based on books by Greg Pence, Michael Pollan, et alia], as well as Utopia, Dystopia, and Other Places, which he will teach on-the-road/online starting in the Spring of 2019. Syllabi are available by contacting David here: www, providence.academia.edu/David Buehler
Interests Since 1984, David A. Buehler has been developing tools for Theology & Biblical Studies, and editing software for Tischrede [Ger., "table-talk"]. His LEXEGETE Bible Software was awarded the CAMCON Prize for Innovation at the Computer Assisted Ministry Conference in Atlanta, GA in 1987. David is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, where he studied Theology, Philosophy and Ethics. David continued his studies during two years of Clinical Pastoral Education at Yale from 1978-80, icluding co-treaching graduate students from the Law, Medical, Nursing, Social work, and Divinity Schools. He went on to the Graduate Theological Foundation (South Bend, Indiana) and also studied at Oxford, Cambridge, Georgetown, and the Graduate Theological Union [Berkeley, CA]. He was the editor of " CQ/Sources " for Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics during its first decade. In 1994, he was awarded a Templeton Prize for writing on Theology & Science and was listed in Who's Who in Theology and Science (Continuum, 1996).
Favorite Movies Offret, Cyrano de Bergerac, Jean de Florette, HUGO [3D], Seventh Seal, Dr. Strangelove, and anything by Erner Herzog or Carl Theodor Dreyer.
Favorite Music Keith Jarrett piano, Mozart, Handel, Mumford & Son, Nina Simone, Ray LaMontagne, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Astor Piazzolla's 'Oblivion', and Ennio Morricone's Soundtracks!
Favorite Books All of E.R. Tufte's books, Putting on Virtue by Jennifer A. Herdt, Justice for Herdgehogs by Ronald Dworkin, and WHAT MATTERS by Derek Parfitt

Which do you prefer and why: whittling with soap or whistling with wood?

No, but i cried anyway.