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  1. Vision and Mind: Selected Readings in the Philosophy of Perception
  2. Race and Epistemologies of Ignorance (Suny Series, Philosophy and Race)
  3. An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge (Cambridge Introductions to Philosophy) by Noah Lemos, 2007-03-19
  4. Augustine: On the Free Choice of the Will, On Grace and Free Choice, and Other Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy)
  5. Knowledge in Perspective: Selected Essays in Epistemology (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy) by Ernest Sosa, 1991-03-29
  6. A Virtue Epistemology: Apt Belief and Reflective Knowledge, Volume I by Ernest Sosa, 2009-08-31
  7. On Epistemology (Philosopher (Wadsworth)) by Linda Zagzebski, 2008-07-08
  8. Redirecting Philosophy: The Nature of Knowledge from Plato to Lonergan by Hugo A. Meynell, 1998-11-14
  9. Quantum Philosophy: Understanding and Interpreting Contemporary Science by Roland Omnes, 2002-02-25
  10. The Philosophy of Artificial Life (Oxford Readings in Philosophy)
  11. Treatise on Basic Philosophy: Volume 3: Ontology I: The Furniture of the World by Mario Bunge, 1977-06-30
  12. Heidegger and the Subject (Contemporary Studies in Philosophy and the Human Sciences) by Francois Raffoul, 1999-04
  13. Epistemology by Richard Feldman, 2002-12-19
  14. Moral Epistemology Naturalized (Canadian journal of philosophy) by Campbell, 2001-03-25

41. Academic Staff, School Of Philosophy
Dr Guy Longworth (September 2002 September 2004) Lecturer epistemology,philosophy of Language, philosophy of Mind and Psychology.
Academic Staff
Dr Sven Bernecker
(January 2003 - August 2004)
Lecturer: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind Dr Ursula Coope
Ancient Philosophy, Metaphysics Professor Dorothy Edgington
Logic, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language, Methodology Dr Miranda Fricker
Lecturer: Epistemology, Ethics, Feminist Philosophy, Social Philosophy Dr Kenneth Gemes
Senior Lecturer: Philosophy of Science, Philosophical Logic, Nietzsche Dr Anthony Grayling
Undergraduate Admissions Tutor
Reader: Epistemology, Metaphysics, History of Modern Philosophy, Philosophical Logic, aspects of Philosophy of Mind and Moral Philosophy Dr Samuel Guttenplan
Reader: Logic, Ethics, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language Professor Jennifer Hornsby Philosophy of Mind and Action, Philosophy of Language, Feminism and Social Philosophy Professor Susan James Research Student Admissions Tutor Early Modern Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy

42. Yale University Philosophy Faculty/Graduate/Staff Information
Keith DeRose epistemology, philosophy of Language, History of Modern philosophy,Karsten Harries (DGS) philosophy of Art and Architecture, Phenomenology
Click on the faculty member's name to see contact information, interests, selected publications, courses taught and syllabi (when available). The listing is alphabetical, moving top to bottom, left to right. Affiliated faculty are included. Click here to view the department photo Professors Marilyn McCord Adams
Philosophy of Religion, Medieval Philosophy,
Philosophical Theology Robert Adams
Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, Metaphysics,
History of Modern Philosophy Seyla Benhabib
19th and 20th Century European Social and Political Thought Susanne Bobzien
Ancient Logic:Hellenistic and Later Ancient Philosophy. Aristotle; Plato; Philosophy of Logic and Language Jules Coleman
Legal and Political Philosophy Michael Della Rocca (Chair)
History of Early Modern Philosophy, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind Keith DeRose
Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, History of Modern Philosophy Karsten Harries (DGS) Philosophy of Art and Architecture, Phenomenology, Heidegger, Nietzsche, Renaissance Philosophy Robin Jeshion Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, History of Analytic Philosophy

43. Department Of Philosophy: University At Buffalo
Dueck, Jeffrey, BA, Nyack College (1998) Interests epistemology, philosophyof Language, philosophy of Religion, Ethics, American philosophy.
To contact students or faculty not listed here, try the UB directory.
Backen, George

BA, Eastern Washington University
MA, Ohio University
Interests: Ethics, Logic, History of Philosophy Bindig, Todd
BA, University at Buffalo
Interests: Medieval Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy, Metaphysics, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion Blessing, Jonathan
BA, University of Vermont
Interests: Information Science, Ontology Cedrone, Amy BA, Loyola College MA, Fordham University (In progress) Interests: Ancient Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy, Ontology

44. Philosophy Department
John Capps, Assistant Professor; Ph.D. Northwestern University, 1997. epistemology,philosophy of Science, Pragmatism. epistemology, philosophy of Science.
Department of Philosophy Faculty
  • John T. Sanders , Professor and Chair of the Department; Ph.D. Boston University, 1977. Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Ethics, Epistemology, Metaphysics. Evelyn Brister , Visiting Assistant Professor; Ph.D. Northwestern University, 2002. Philosophy of Science, Feminist Theory, Conceptual Foundations of Science Policy. John Capps , Assistant Professor; Ph.D. Northwestern University, 1997. Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Pragmatism. , Professor; Ph.D. Edinburgh University, Scotland, 1987. Comparative European and Anglo-American Philosophy, Pragmatism, Critical Theory, Aesthetics, Social and Political Philosophy, Rhetorical Theory. Dennis Plaisted , Visiting Assistant Professor; Ph.D. University of California at Santa Barbara, 2000; J.D. University of Southern California Law School, 1994. Philosophy of Religion, Early Modern Philosophy. Wade Robison , Ezra A. Hale Professor of Applied Ethics; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 1968. Ethics, History of Modern Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law.

45. Faculty
Kvanvig (Ph.D., Notre Dame) email homepage vita Professor and Chair; epistemology,philosophy of religion, philosophy of language Selected publications
Degree Programs Activities Course Policies
Department of Philosophy
University of Missouri
Current Faculty
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  • Jonathan Kvanvig (Ph.D., Notre Dame) email homepage vita
    Professor and Chair; epistemology, philosophy of religion, philosophy of language
    Selected publications:
    • The Value of Knowledge and the Pursuit of Understanding , New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2003.
    • Warrant in Contemporary Epistemology
    • The Problem of Hell , New York: Oxford University Press, 1993
    • The Intellectual Virtues and the Life of the Mind
    • The Possibility of an All-Knowing God , London: Macmillan Press Ltd., and New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986
  • Joseph Bien (Ph.D., Paris) email vita homepage
    Selected publications:
    • "Ricoeur as Social Philosopher," in The Philosophy of Paul Ricoeur , L. Hahn (ed.), Library of Living Philosophers Series, Chicago: Open Court, 1995
    • "G. Lukacs," "J.-J. Rousseau," and "G. Sorel" entries in
  • 46. People With Online Papers In Philosophy
    consciousness); Gerard O'Brien (consciousness, connectionism); DavidPapineau (consciousness, epistemology, philosophy of science); Tom
    People with online papers in philosophy
    Compiled by David Chalmers
    This is a list of individuals who have made available online papers in philosophy and related areas. This practice is very much to be encouraged! Note that this list concentrates mostly on academic philosophers, although some scientists and others in related fields are included. If you know of people I should add to this list, please tell me. New papers on the pages listed here are logged daily in Brian Weatherson's philosophy papers log . For other sources of online papers see my directory of online papers on consciousness , and of web resources Index: Consciousness Phil of CogSci Other Phil of Mind Language ... Others Philosophy of mind (esp. consciousness)

    47. Faculty - Department Of Philosophy - University Of Utah
    Modern philosophy. Ram Neta, Ph.D. (On leave 2002 2003) Universityof Pittsburgh - epistemology and philosophy of Mind. Lex Newman
    home people programs courses ... news Faculty 2002 - 2003
    Department Faculty 2001 - 2002
    Chrisoula Andreou
    , Ph.D.
    University of Pittsburgh - Ethical Theory, History of Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy Margaret P Battin , M.F.A., Ph.D. - Director of Graduate Studies
    University of California, Irvine - Bioethics, Aesthetics, Professional Ethics Deen K. Chatterjee , Ph.D.
    University of Washington - Social and Political Philosophy, Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Religion Stephen M. Downes , Ph.D. (On leave: 2002 - 2003)
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Science Leslie P. Francis , J.D., Ph.D. - Joint appointment with College of Law
    University of Michigan; J.D., University of Utah - Philosophy of Law, Ethics, Political Philosophy, Health Law

    48. Graduate Students - Department Of Philosophy - University Of Utah
    David L. Guevara, philosophy of Religion, epistemology, History of philosophy. RuzenaTulkova, epistemology, philosophy of Mind, Metaphysics. Joseph Ulatowski,.
    home people programs courses ... news Graduate Students
    Graduate Students - Masters Program
    Shannon Atkinson
    , applied ethics, political philosophy and philosophy of religion. Austin Booth, Shimpei Higuchi , logic, philosophy of language.
    Chriss Meecham
    , Applied Ethics, Business and Bioethics, Political Philosophy. Carmine Vincenzo, Feminist Thought, Philosophy of History, Political Thought, African-American Thought
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    Graduate Students - Ph.D. Program Emily Asplund, Britta Berkey Troy Booher Meg Bowman , Philosophy of Language. Diana Buccafurni , Applied Ethics (Bioethics), Ancient Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy.
    Pepe Chang
    , Applied Ethics (professional and business, media ethics), Kant. Dale Clark , Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, Wittgenstein.

    49. Epistemology At Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base
    epistemology, Epistemological philosophy at Erratic Impact's philosophyResearch Base. Resources include annotated links, essays

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    Proceedings of the Friesian School: Epistemology
    The essays at this site range from the fully annotated and technical to more informal and discursive discussions, often written for undergraduate classes. Many items therefore should be intelligible to those not familiar with all the arcana of academic philosophy. Such a range of submissions is acceptable and desired, since the trend, by which academic philosophy has obscured and esotericized itself, and mostly dropped out of popular and literate culture, should be resisted. Site Includes: Contributed Works On Gödel's Philosophy of Mathematics, by Harold Ravitch, Ph.D. [2.2K]

    50. Effectuationism Philosophy - Peter Kinane Epistemology
    Provides a personal theory of perception, metaphysics, politics, the universe, and life, linking Eastern Category Society philosophy Personal Pages Multidisciplinary Issues...... The prevaling 'mood' in ancient Greek philosophy, two thousand, four hundred as Iknow nothing categorically , and, indeed, Heraclitus' epistemology, 500 BC
    Philosophy: Effectuationism Welcome to the philosophy system "Effectuationism", which is a formidably coherent, true-to-life, democracy, diversity and nature friendly philosophy. Where to start in making good sense of the world? Where, or with what, or with whom, or when, etc., etc., to start in filling in the jig-saw puzzle of the nature of 'Nature'? Or, where or what or whom or when, etc., etc., starts the form(ul)ation, or the effectuation of the nature of 'Nature'? I find that at some point one realises that one is dealing with, shall we say, (one's) perceptions or knowledge or awareness; that at issue are perceptions or knowledge or awareness. This perception may arise through observing that one is talking about the details of the world which one, ere, observes, or perceives, or effects including oneself. Whatever the means, it seems that one eventually comes to an awareness - that awareness effects - of relationship as being central to (one's) perception, or awareness (of 'the world'). So, one may formulate one's first principle as "Value, or perception or awareness is, or effects as, a relationship of forces or phenomena".

    51. Metaphysics, Epistemology And Philosophy Of Mind Reading List
    Back. METAPHYSICS, epistemology, philosophy OF MIND READING LIST.METAPHYSICS. I. Ontological Commitment/Ontology. 1. WvO Quine On

    METAPHYSICS, EPISTEMOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY OF MIND READING LIST METAPHYSICS I. Ontological Commitment/Ontology 1. W.v.O. Quine "On What There Is" in his From a Logical Point of View
    Ontological Relativity and Other Essays
    3. Carnap, R. "Empiricism, Semantics, and Ontology" in many places e.g. S.D. Hales,ed. Metaphysics
    4. Davidson, D. "The Logical Form of Action Sentences" in his Essays on Actions and Events II. Identity/Identity over time 5. W.v.O. Quine "Identity, Ostension, and Hypostasis" in his From a Logical Point of View
    6. D. Parfit "Personal Identity" in Personal Identity J. Perry, ed.
    7. B. Williams "The Self and the Future" in Personal Identity J. Perry,ed.
    8. J. Perry "Williams on the self and the future" in Perry and Bratman,eds. Introduction to Philosophy III. Causality and Free Will 9. R.M. Chisholm "Human Freedom and the Self" in Feinberg and Shafer-Landau,eds. Reasoning and Responsibility
    10. Harry Frankfurt "Freedom of the Will and the Concept of a Person" in G. Watson, ed. Free Will
    11. D. Lewis "Causation" in his Philosophical Papers Vol.II

    52. Cogprints - Subject: Epistemology
    Area Help. Subject epistemology. Subject Areas (1572) philosophy(510) epistemology (78). Number of records 78. Dennett, Daniel
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    53. FAS Handbook: Chapter 3: Philosophy
    philosophy divides into a number of special areas, principally philosophy oflogic and philosophical semantics, epistemology and philosophy of science

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    Professor Richard Heck, Head Tutor Philosophy seeks to illuminate fundamental aspects of the world, of our relation to and knowledge of the world, and of our own nature as rational, purposive, and social beings. There is a wide variety of approaches to this end: they differ not just in the accounts they offer but in the questions they take to be important and in the methods they use to answer these questions. A philosophical training is in part intended to provide a grasp of what it is to have an approach: what is involved in developing and defending positions on questions of a general and fundamental nature. Philosophy divides into a number of special areas, principally philosophy of logic and philosophical semantics, epistemology and philosophy of science, metaphysics, moral and political philosophy, and aesthetics. But an appreciation of philosophy cannot be parochial; none of these areas can be pursued in complete isolation from the others. For this reason concentrators must satisfy a distribution requirement so as to become familiar with the central issues of several subdisciplines and with contemporary treatments of these issues. Philosophy is not a unified body of doctrine, but rather a family of traditions of thought whose development is intertwined and from each of which we still learn. Thus the study of classical works of older traditions is of great importance, and so concentrators must fulfill a requirement in the history of philosophy.

    54. Department Of Philosophy
    Main Focus Metaphysics, philosophy of Mind, philosophy of Language, epistemology,philosophy of Cognitive Science, Theoretical Linguistics.
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    Pursuing Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science, with simultaneous M.A. in Philosophy.
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    Double Major with Slavic Studies. Interests : Philosophical logic, epistemology, aesthetics. Ian VANDEWALKER ( To view the email address, open this page in a JavaScript enabled browser.

    55. TRAD
    Richard Kitchener epistemology, philosophy of Psychology. Jane KnellerKant, Aesthetics. James Maffie epistemology, philosophy of Science.
    Traditional Philosophy at Colorado State University T he Department of Philosophy at Colorado State University is guided by the principle that a Master of Arts in Philosophy requires training in traditional theoretical areas of philosophy. Consequently, all graduate students in their first year are required to take a seminar devoted to the in-depth study of a major text in the history of philosophy (PL500) and a seminar devoted to contemporary meta-ethics (PL547). Also, incoming students who do not have sufficient preparation in logic, epistemology, metaphysics, ethics or the history of philosophy will be required to take courses in these areas. Students will be notified when they are accepted what remedial courses they need to take. I n addition to PL500 and PL547, we offer the following seminars in traditional areas: PL525: Seminar in Epistemology, PL527: Seminar in Philosophy of Science, PL555: Philosophical Models of Nature, and PL 666: Science and Ethics. We have also offer special topics seminars, and topics have included Philosophy of Technology, Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Religion, Plato, Hume, Kant and Wittgenstein. Also, students can design independent studies in their areas of interest. A bout half of our students work in traditional areas of philosophy and these students typically plan to go on to PhD programs. Our students have successfully pursued doctorates at Brown University, Florida State University, Pennsylvania State University, Purdue University, Stanford University, Syracuse University, University of Cincinnati, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Florida, University of Illinois, University of Rochester, University of Texas at Austin, University of Oregon, and Vanderbilt University, among others. The following is a list of theses our students wrote in traditional areas of philosophy:

    56. Epistemology And Modern Physics
    Essay on the Epistemological foundations of modern physics by Moritz Schlick, founder of the Vienna Circle.Category Society philosophy philosophy of Physics...... The relation outlined between modern physics and philosophy could occasion regretthat epistemology should cast the anchor of its criterion of truth into
    Moritz Schlick (1925)
    Source The Emergence of Logical Empiricism (1996) publ. Garland Publishing Inc. The whole of Schlick selection for series is reproduced here. There is no longer any doubt nowadays, that theoretical philosophy has standing only in close connection with the sciences, whether it seeks in them a basis on which it attempts to build further, or whether they form for it merely the subject-matter of its own analyses, whereby it then makes individual inquiry into the first principles of knowledge. This is very much the case if, as I believe, philosophy can be nothing else whatever but the activity whereby we clarify all our concepts. And it is also beyond doubt that, of all the sciences, physics here stands at the forefront. Physics, that is, occupies an exceptional position, because in it two elements are united, which are only found separately in the other sciences: in the first place its exactness, the quantitative determinacy of its laws, whereby it differs from all other factual sciences, more particularly the historical sciences; and secondly the fact that it has as its subject-matter the real

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    58. Philosophy Faculty BU
    philosophy (Ph.D., University of Cambridge); philosophy of Physics, philosophy andHistory of Science, Science and Society, epistemology, philosophy of Marxism

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    F A C U L T Y Unless otherwise noted, all non-adjunct faculty regularly teach at Boston University both semesters of the academic year.
    Henry Allison , Professor of Philosophy (Ph.D., New School for Social Research); Kant, Spinoza, German Idealism, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Philosophy
    Alisa Bokulich
    , Assistant Professor of Philosophy (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame); Philosophy of Science; Philosophy of Physics; Science, Technology and Values; History of Science.
    , John Findlay Visiting Professor, Spring 2001 (Docteur dé-Lettres (état) de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne); Professor of Philosophy at the Sorbonne; Greek philosophy; Medieval Philosophy (Arabic as well as Latin); and various issues related to the problem of "modernity" and the "Enlightenment."
    Klaus Brinkmann

    Tian Yu Cao
    , Associate Professor of Philosophy (Ph.D., University of Cambridge); Philosophy of Physics, Philosophy and History of Science, Science and Society, Epistemology, Philosophy of Marxism
    Daniel Dahlstrom
    , Professor of Philosophy (Ph.D., St. Louis University); Phenomenology, German Idealism, Aesthetics

    of philosophy, with particular strengths in ethics, the history of ancient andmodern philosophy, logic, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language
    PLEASE POST The University of Oklahoma 2003-2004 GRADUATE PROGRAM IN
    The Department of Philosophy offers programs of study leading to a Master’s degree (thesis or non-thesis) and to a Doctoral degree in philosophy. The department offers broad training in the major fields of philosophy, with particular strengths in ethics, the history of ancient and modern philosophy, logic, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, philosophy of science, philosophy of social science, philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, and political philosophy. An excellent teacher-to-student ratio combined with small class size assures students of a program of study with extensive interaction with faculty. In addition to classes and seminars, the department offers a rich and lively philosophical environment with an emphasis on informal interaction between faculty and students. Graduate assistants have offices on the same floor as faculty offices and the seminar room. The department also has an active program of visiting speakers, and the university library has large and comprehensive holdings in philosophy. CURRENT FACULTY Sean Allen-Hermanson (Ph.D., [expected 2002], Toronto), Visiting Assistant Professor

    60. University Of Oklahoma Philosophy Faculty Wayne D. Riggs (Ph.D., North Carolina), Associate Professor;epistemology, philosophy of Science. Edward Sankowski
    OU Philosophy Faculty
    Sean Allen-Hermanson (Ph.D, Toronto), Visiting Assistant Professor; Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Ethology. Neera Badhwar (Ph.D., Toronto), Associate Professor; Ethics, Political Philosophy, Moral Psychology. Hugh H. Benson (Ph.D., Michigan), Samuel Roberts Noble Presidential Professor and Chair; Ancient Philosophy, Epistemology. Andrew Cohen (Ph.D., North Carolina), Assistant Professor; Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics, Environmental Philosophy. Monte L. Cook (Ph.D., Iowa), Professor; History of Modern Philosophy, Metaphysics. Steve Ellis (Ph.D., Rutgers), Visiting Assistant Professor; Decision Theory, Philosophy of Economics, Philosophy of Mind, Ethics. Daniel Farnham (Ph.D., Arizona), Visiting Assistant Professor; Ethics, Moral Psychology, History of Ethics. Reinaldo Elugardo (Ph.D., Western Ontario), Professor, Director of Graduate Studies; Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language.

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