Larry Crocker received his PhD in philosophy from Harvard, with emphasis on philosophy of science and logic, and taught philosophy for several years at the University of Washington. He then practiced law, prosecuted criminals, and taught law at NYU. From 2004 through 2012 he taught classes at Dartmouth in philosophy of law, crime and punishment, ethics, political and social philosophy, philosophy of science, and philosophy of religion.
Course Title: It's About Time (Spring Term 2022)
Course went way over and above expectations. Very thorough in history and present thought.
Larry is incredibly well prepared, as always, organized, and moves along smartly.
Course Title: A Criminal Case Sampler (Spring Term 2021)
I know so little about criminal law, it was a great introduction to how it works in the real world.
I can't imagine how an instructor could have more knowledge than Larry on this topic.
Course Title: Consciousness, Selves, Souls (Fall Term 2020)
As always, Larry went above and beyond.
It helped me explore areas of knowledge that I had not had much exposure in my academic courses.