William Jarrett

Billy Jarrett

Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
M.A. UNC, Charlotte, Ethics & Applied Philosophy
D. Min. Asbury Theological Seminary
M. Div. Duke University
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wrjarrett@ncat.edu
Office: GCB 402C
Curriculum Vitae

 

Dr. William (Billy) Jarrett is an adjunct lecturer in philosophy. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Appalachian State, a Master in Divinity of Duke University, a Doctor of Ministry degree from Asbury Theological Seminary and, most recently, a Master of Ethics and Applied Philosophy from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. In addition to serving as an adjunct instructor for area community colleges, Dr. Jarrett has served as an adjunct lecturer in Philosophy since 2011 at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.

Dr. Jarrett’s disciplinary research is in the field of Christian ministry. In the process of writing his dissertation in which he examined the implications of postmodern philosophy on religious belief and practice, he rediscovered interest in philosophy and ethics. His philosophical research interests are in the philosophy of Alasdair MacIntyre, virtue theory, neuroethics—the study of brain processes involved in making moral decisions as well as the ethics of applying neuroscientific research, philosophy of science and philosophy of mind. Dr. Jarrett has presented several papers at conferences pertaining to these topics.