Jacquelyn Ann K. Kegley
Professor of Philosophy
Areas: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy and Technology, Self and Mind, Philosophy and Literature
Bio: Jacquelyn Ann K. Kegley is Professor of Philosophy, Chair Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies and was named the CSU Outstanding Professor in 1988 and received the CSU Wang Award for Distinguished Teaching, Research and Service in 2000. Dr. Kegley served as Chair of the CSU Academic Senate, the faculty governing body for the 23 campuses, from 2000-2003.
In addition to her book, Genuine Individuals and Communities on the Public Philosophy of Josiah Royce (Vanderbilt University Press)and her new book, Josiah Royce in Focus (Indiana University Press) she has published on a diversity of topics including technology and philosophy of science, bioethics and genetics, and health care as well as contributions to The Library of Living Philosophers volumes on the work of Marjorie Green, Charles Hartshorne, Richard Rorty, Paul Weiss and Alfred North Whitehead. Two of her books concern Genetics and Bioethics; and the fifth was a logic text authored jointly with Charles W. Kegley. She has produced five edited volumes with an authored chapter, 62 articles or chapters.
She currently chairs the Royce Critical Edition Committee for the Josiah Royce Society She received the 2006 Herbert W. Schneider award for career-long contributions to American philosophy.
Her fields of interest include American Philosophy, Bioethics, Neuroethics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Technology.Back to Faculty & Staff