Assistant Professor of the Practice
105 Malloy Hall
Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Moral philosophy, social and political philosophy, philosophical theology, action theory, Kierkegaard
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Faculty Fellow, Nanovic Institute for European Studies
Nihil philosophiae a me alienum puto: I'm interested in everything philosophy-related and in everything philosophy relates to. I'm also Director of Undergraduate Studies. So, if you'd like to schedule an appointment with me to talk about the major, the minor, philosophy in general, a philosophical problem in particular, or anything else, you can do so by visiting alexanderjech.youcanbook.me and booking a time slot.
- "What Has Athens to do with Rome? Tocqueville and the New Republicanism," American Political Thought 6:4 (2017): forthcoming
- The Hurricane Notebook: Three Dialogues on the Human Condition (drafts of the first two dialogues available upon request)
- “The Cross of the Self: Reading Kierkegaard as the Single Individual"
- "Evil, Narrative, and the Standpoint of Creation"
- "Platonic Friendship"