My name is Andrew Hill, and I teach philosophy at Northwest Vista College (NVC) in San Antonio, Texas where I live with my wife and young son.
I have taught a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and law students:
• Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 1301) • Introduction to Ethics (PHIL 2306) • Media Law and Ethics (EA 4396) • International Law & Treaties (IR 6346) • International Legal Systems (IR 8324) • The Law and Ethics of Mass Communication (CM 9324)
I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Philosophy from St. Mary's University (TX), and a Master of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of St. Thomas (TX). I also hold the Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Loyola University (LA), which awarded me the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center Community Service Award in 1997.
As part of my research, writing and teaching, I keep returning to the fundamental question: "What is Justice?" This is famously "Question 58" for St. Thomas Aquinas in his work Summa Theologiæ, and thus the name of this website. If you have any further questions, I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
My NVC Students During an Outdoor Writing Project
NVC students in my Introduction to Philosophy class, April 2012
NVC students listen to a guest speaker from Togo during International Education Week, November 2011. For this project, the International Education Committee was recognized with the 2012 NVC Award for Service.