Teaching

As primary instructor:

PHI329: Mind and Body, Soul and Life in Early Modern Philosophy

Co-taught with Dan Garber

Princeton  |  Spring 2020

You can find the syllabus here

PHI205: Social Philosophy: Race and Racism

Co-taught with Adele Watkins and Gabriel Shapiro

Ft. Dix Federal Correctional Institution  |  Spring 2020

You can find the syllabus here

PHI101: Introduction to Philosophy

Co-taught with Savannah Kincaid (Rutgers)

Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women  |  Fall 2018

Course accredited by Raritan Valley Community College

As preceptor (aka TA):

PHI201: Introductory Logic

Hans Halvorson, Princeton  |  Spring 2018

Student Evaluations  |  Sample handouts 1, 2, 3

PHI301: Aristotle and his Successors

Ben Morison, Princeton  |  Spring 2017

Student Evaluations   |  Sample handouts 1, 2, 3

PHI312: Intermediate Logic

Hans Halvorson, Princeton  |  Fall 2016

Student Evaluations  |  Sample handouts 1, 2, 3

Guest lectures:

On whether the oppressed have an obligation to resist

PHI352: Philosophy of Bias and Stereotypes

Grace Helton, Princeton  |  Spring 2018

On the completeness of modal logic (system K)

PHI340: Philosophical Logic

John Burgess, Princeton  |  Fall 2017

Note: Both 'Naranjo' and 'Sandoval' are last names, and I alphabetize my name under 'N.' This is a widespread convention in Latin America. For example, consider writers Gabriel García Márquez and Mario Vargas Llosa.