Dr. Nathan Nobis has a Ph.D. in philosophy and is a certified Logic-Based Therapist. He earned his LBT certification in 2012 at the Institute for Critical Thinking under the direction of Dr. Elliot Cohen, one of the principle founders of philosophical counseling in America and developer of Logic Based Therapy. He is also a member of the National Philosophical Counseling Association. He was interviewed in the 2016 article, "Would you ditch your therapist for a 'philosophical counselor'?"
Nathan has taught philosophy courses for over ten years. He is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Morehouse College and provides bioethics instruction and support for Morehouse Medical School. He teaches courses and publishes writings on topics in ethics and moral philosophy such as the treatment of animals, abortion, race and healthcare and other topics in biomedical ethics; the nature of value and goodness; questions concerning the existence of God and the rational status of religious belief. Most of his publications are available at Academia.edu. All his courses involve the application of (formal) logic and critical thinking; philosophical counseling involves applying logic and critical thinking to issues and challenges of a more personal nature.
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