Ben Wood Johnson

Ben Wood Johnson is a multidisciplinary scholar. He graduated from Penn State University. He also graduated from Villanova University. Dr. Johnson is a philosopher; he is also a social observer. He writes about philosophy, legal theory, public and foreign policy, education, politics, ethics, race, and crime.
Dr. Johnson published a number of works about ethics. His most recent publications examine Jean-Paul Sartre as a moral philosopher. Dr. Johnson is working on a number of works that address other issues, including, but not limited to, the following: education, legal theory, and foreign affairs. His scholarly interests include crime, decision-making, philosophy, law, politics, ethics, public policy, and leadership.
Dr. Johnson holds several academic degrees, including a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, a Master’s degree in Political Science, a Master’s degree in Public Administration, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration.
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