Craig Iffland is a graduate student in moral theology at the University of Notre Dame. He holds a Master’s degree in philosophy from the University of St. Andrews and undergraduate degrees in philosophy and religion from the University of Virginia. His Master’s thesis at the University of St. Andrews was entitled "The Merit and Corruption of Double Effect Reasoning," which explored the conceptual relationship between human agency and human flourishing in the thought of Thomas Aquinas and some of his analytic interpreters (e.g. Elizabeth Anscombe, Peter Geach, and Alasdair MacIntyre). His primary research interest is the relationship between positive law, human action, and the virtue of justice in the thought of Thomas Aquinas.
Mr. Iffland also works with STI as a Research Assistant.