Ph.D. Candidate, The University of Chicago Divinity School
Matthew is a Ph.D. Candidate in Religious Ethics and Martin Marty Jr. Fellow at The University of Chicago Divinity School. His interests and specializations include the history of moral theology and theological ethics, natural law, virtue ethics, Catholic social ethics, distributive justice, human dignity, and human rights. His publications include “Reason in the Season? Rationality and the Difficulty of Religious Neutrality” (Sightings) and “La Visión Católica de la Dignidad Humana: un Don y Desafío” (Cristoy Hoy, Argentina). He is scheduled to teach the course “Human Dignity as a Foundational Moral Principle” in spring of 2013.