Paul Rezkalla


Academic Summary

  • PhD, Philosophy (in progress), Florida State University
  • MSc, Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology (in progress), Oxford University
  • MA, Theology, Saint John's University
  • MA, Philosophy, University of Birmingham (UK)

Paul Rezkalla is a Graduate Cross-Training Fellow through the Society of Christian Philosophers and the John Templeton Foundation. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at Florida State University and simultaneously pursuing a M.Sc. in cognitive and evolutionary anthropology at Oxford University as part of his doctoral research. He is interested in ethics, philosophy of science, evolutionary anthropology, and philosophy pedagogy.

Research Interests

  • Ethics
  • Philosophy of Biology
  • Philosophy of Action
  • Evolution and Morality


  • Florida State University (PhD Candidate)
  • Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion, University of Oxford (Associate Member)


  • “Aren’t right and wrong just matters of opinion? On moral relativism and subjectivism.” In Introduction to Philosophy, edited by Christina Hendricks. Rebus Press (forthcoming)
  • “Does Cognitive Science of Religion Undermine Religious Belief?” Philosophy and Cosmology 12, no. 1 (2015)