He has presented or published papers on posthumanism and human rights,
the role guidelines and rules play in shaping institutional culture,
appropriate methods for selecting political leaders, Habermas & Rawls’
conceptions of public political discourse, corporate social responsibility and
stakeholder theory, legal and moral conceptions of privacy, human rights and
intervention in international affairs, theories of punishment, and
Since coming to Winthrop in 2001, Dr. Meeler has taught courses in logic,
critical thinking, epistemology, philosophy of law, LSAT logic preparation, and
a number of ethical courses including history of ethical theory, contemporary
developments in moral reasoning, environmental ethics, bio-medical ethics, business
ethics, and ethics in emerging technologies.
When not in his primary office, Dr. Meeler can be found in the Legal Studies
office in Bancroft 105, phone
803/323-3018, or the ENVS office in Bancroft 109, phone 803/323-3126.