Jason Stotts is a philosopher and psychotherapist who has long been interested in the intersection of philosophy and psychology that is sexuality.

He received his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Brandman University in 2015 and his Bachelor of the Arts in both Philosophy and Economics from Denison University in 2006.

In terms of his philosophical work, Jason is primarily interested in sexuality and ethics, but is also very interested in philosophy of emotion, philosophy of psychology, and epistemology. In terms of philosophers, he is primarily interested in Ayn Rand and Aristotle, but also enjoys Ancient Philosophy more generally. Jason is a member of the Society for the Philosophy of Love and Sex (SPLS) of the American Philosophical Association.

In terms of his psychological work, Jason specializes in sex education, sex therapy, relationship therapy, and general psychotherapy. His work is primarily grounded in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), but he is also very interested in Philosophical Therapy (the good life, virtue, the role of other people, etc.) and Existential Therapy (meaning in life, death, etc.).

Jason is the author of the book “Eros and Ethos: A New Theory of Sexual Ethics” and writes the blog Erosophia at, where he primarily looks at sexuality from a philosophical perspective.


Eros and Ethos: A New Theory of Sexual Ethics. Hamilton, Ontario: Erosophia Enterprises, 2018.

“Interview with Ellen Kenner and Ed Locke on The Selfish Path to Romance.” The Objective Standard 7.1 (2012). Print.

Selected Past Philosophic Experience

Editor-in-Chief, Episteme, Denison University: ’03-’04, ’04-’05, ’05-’06.

Philosophy Department Fellow, Denison University, 2005-2006.

Ayn Rand Institute, Intern: Summer 2003.

Past Speaking Engagements and Interviews

November 2018

Guest lecture to PHIL 325 “Sex and Love” at California State University Fullerton.

August 2018

“Love’s Myths (and Their Dangers)” presented at GLOCon6, the conference of the Great Lakes Objectivists.

March 2018

Interview with Objectivist Discussions broadcast live on youtube.

September 2017

“Sex is good (and why that Matters)” presented at GLOCon5, the conference of the Great Lakes Objectivists.

February 2013

Interviewed by the Radically Candid Podcast: Interview 1, Interview 2

July 2012

Interviewed by Diana Hsieh on “Mistakes Couples Make About Sex” for the Philosophy in Action podcast.

May 2012

“Sexual Attraction and Fantasy” presented at ATLOSCon

“Practical Sexuality Workshop” presented at ATLOSCon

February 2012

“Love, Sex, Relationships, and Happiness” presented to the SoCal Objectivists.

September 2011

“Sexual Ethics and Objectivism” presented at Chicago Objectivist Society Mini-Conference (COSCon)

May 2011

“Sexual Ethics and Objectivism” presented at Atlanta Objectivist Society Mini-Conference (ATLOSCon)

June 2009

“Objectivism and Sexuality: an Inquiry into the Underlying Operations” presented to the Ohio Objectivist Society

March 2006

“De Anima: The Answer to the Cartesian Ghost in the Shell” presented at University of North Florida Undergraduate and Graduate Student Conference


E-mail: [email protected]
Twitter: @JStotts