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Cody Weaver, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

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Dr. Cody Weaver is a philosopher and academic with a diverse educational background spanning philosophy, theology, ethics, and counseling psychology. He earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Oklahoma in 2021, specializing in ancient Greek philosophy with a particular focus on Aristotle. Prior to this, he pursued graduate studies at the University of Oxford, UK, and completed his M.A. in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at Biola University (California), graduating magna cum laude. Prior still, he earned an M.S. and B.A. in counseling psychology with a focus on vocational rehabilitation from East Central University (Oklahoma), where he focused on counseling people with disabilities.

Currently serving as an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Oklahoma City University since 2019, Dr. Weaver specializes in Ancient Greek Philosophy, Ethics, Metaphysics, and Philosophy of Religion. He also has active research interests in Medieval Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, and Epistemology. He is an active member of professional organizations like the American Philosophical Association and the Society of Christian Philosophers. Current research interests include the nature of personhood, theoretical models of the Trinity, divine concurrence, the ontology of evil, Aristotle’s theory of perception, and the structure of moral virtue and vice.

Beyond academia, Dr. Weaver has delivered guest lectures, mentored students, and participated in conferences, showcasing his dedication to fostering intellectual discourse and philosophical inquiry. With a passion for inquiry and a dedication to his students, Dr. Weaver strives to make significant contributions to the field of philosophy and, especially, to the lives of his students.

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