Liz Goodnick received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2010 and is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she teaches courses in history of philosophy, philosophy of religion, and political philosophy. Dr. Goodnick has published on the philosophy of David Hume, on the philosophical consequences of the Cognitive Science of Religion, and the ethics of food. She has given numerous presentations in the United States and also in England, Sweden, and the Netherlands. She is currently working on women philosophers in the Early Modern Period. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, cooking, and hiking in the beautiful Rocky Mountains with her husband and their dog Ricki.