|Department||Cormier Honors College|
Dr. Blincoe earned his BA in philosophy from Wake Forest University, an MDiv from Asbury Theological Seminary, an MA in philosophy from the University of Kentucky and a PhD in philosophy from the University of Virginia. He specializes in ethics. His research focuses on questions concerning what it is to flourish as a human in community and what communal life demands of us ethically.
Beyond this Dr. Blincoe has a broad array of competencies including the history of philosophy, political philosophy, philosophy of religion, political economy, theology, and existentialism. He regularly teaches courses that are interdisciplinary with a philosophy focus, including: The Problem of Evil, Love, Sex, and Friendship, Markets and Morals, Symposium for the Common Good: Flourishing Together, and Bioethics.
Dr. Blincoe is married to Professor Blincoe (of the Longwood Psychology department) and has two delightful children: three year old Aurora and one year old Zeke. Besides teaching he enjoys reading (a lot), watching good/bad movies, abusing hot sauce, and rugby. Dr. Blincoe co-coaches the women’s rugby team at Longwood with his wife and wants you to know that you should consider playing the greatest sport ever devised.
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