David D. Corey
David D. Corey teaches political philosophy at Baylor University, where he has received the university’s Outstanding Teaching Award. His teaching and scholarship focus on major figures in the history of political thought, the ethics of war, and questions relating to method in political philosophy. Corey writes frequently on such topics as Plato, Aristotle, the Sophists, politics in Greek tragedy, the just war tradition, Martin Luther, George Santayana, and Eric Voegelin. He lives in Texas.