Professor of humanities and resident philosophy advisor to The Good Place
Todd is Class of 1941 Memorial Professor of the Humanities at Clemson University in the U.S. He is the author of sixteen books of philosophy, including A Significant Life: Meaning in a Silent Universe, A Fragile Life: Accepting our Vulnerability, and A Decent Life: Morality for the Rest of Us (all from University of Chicago Press). His earlier research was rooted in the work of Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze, and Jacques Rancière. He has also been active in grassroots political movements for over four decades, mostly recently in immigration rights and anti-racism campaigns.
MOTHER FORKIN’ MORALS WITH PROFESSOR TODD MAY
Watching ‘The Good Place’? Meet the Clemson philosopher who sets the writers straight
Todd May isn’t sure how his book “Death” ended up in the hands of a sitcom writer at NBC, but he aims to find out one day. It was the beginning of a fruitful, if unlikely, relationship…more