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Dr. Hebert lives in Davenport with his wife and three children and is president of Una Voce Quad Cities http://www.unavoceqc.com.
Education and Training
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Doctor of Philosophy, 2004
Master of Arts, 1998
University of Maine, Orono, Maine
Bachelor of Arts, 1997
PSCI 110, "Law and Society"
PSCI 120, "Truth, Justice, and Politics: An Introduction to Political Philosophy"
PSCI 304, "The United States Constitution and Civil Liberties"
PSCI 310, "Virtue and Political Leadership"
PSCI 320, "Natural Law, Natural Rights, and the Common Good "
PSCI 399, "Special Topics: Shakespeare's Political Thought"
PSCI 400, "Research in Political Science"
Faculty Mentor: 2012 Undergraduate Summer Research Institute-"Justice, Judgment, and Mercy: a Study of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure"
Political philosophy, its history and application; law, especially natural law, natural rights, and regime theory; leadership and civic virtue; politics and religion, especially first amendment issues and Catholic social thought; liberal democracy and globalization; politics and literature
Alexis de Tocqueville and the Art of Democratic Statesmanship, Co-edited with Brian Danoff; Lexington Books, 2011.
More than Kings and Less than Men: Tocqueville on the Promise and Perils of Democratic Individualism, Lexington Books, 2010.
"Tocqueville's 'Administrative Decentralization' and the Catholic Principle of Subsidiarity," The Catholic Social Science Review (2011).
"Tocqueville, Cicero, and the Limits of the Polis," chapter in Cosmopolitanism in the Age of Globalization: Citizens without States, edited by Khalil Habib and Lee Trepanier; The University Press of Kentucky, 2011.
"Be Still and See: Leisure, Labor, and Human Dignity in Josef Pieper and John Paul II" Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture (2013).