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Daniel Betti, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science in the Dept. of History, Philosophy, Politics, Global Studies & Legal Studies (School of Humanities & Social Sciences)


  • Ph.D., Texas A&M University


Dr. Daniel Betti has taught in several subfields at a number of universities and colleges stretching from Texas to Pennsylvania. His dissertation, "Platonic Cosmopolitanism," draws from the dialogues of Plato a critique of contemporary cosmopolitan/global political theory and a vision of political community as the harmony of virtue. Dr. Betti has also written a brief pamphlet on the Electoral College. That misunderstood institution is in need of reform so that it can fulfill its proper function in our federal democratic republic, or so I argue. At Morehead State University, you can find Dr. Betti teaching courses in American government, Constitutional Law, and Comparative Politics or hiking along the trails beyond Eagle Lake.


321 Rader Hall