Ben Cook, Ph.D.Deputy Editor and Research Associate
Ben Cook is Deputy Editor and Research Associate at Charlotte Lozier Institute, where he assists with rigorous editorial review of the wide range of scientific and statistical research published by CLI.
Prior to working with CLI, Ben earned his Ph.D. in philosophy from Syracuse University. His graduate work centered on issues in metaphysics and the philosophy of religion, with additional research interests in ethics and metaethics. He has a paper published in the peer-reviewed academic journal Religious Studies and has taught and given talks on philosophy in a variety of academic and non-academic settings. He was also one of a small number of individuals selected to participate in a Jack Miller Center Summer Institute in 2019 on the theoretical and practical foundations of republican government.
Ben has a passion for applying the logical, analytical, and discursive skills used widely in philosophy to his editorial work on behalf of CLI.
In his spare time, Ben enjoys hiking, playing guitar, and reading theology.