Degrees / Courses /
Background / Projects
Web Sites / Leisure Activities/ Other
- BA.; English & History, Allegheny College
- MA; Philosophy, Rice University
- Ph.D.; Philosophy of Science, Columbia University
- Philosophy 101: Contemporary Moral Problems
- Philosophy 102: Critical Thinking
- Philosophy 308: American Philosophical Heritage
- Philosophy 452: Philosophy of Science
- Philosophy 382: Philosophy of Race
- Curriculum Vita
- Chair, Academic Senate, CSUB, 2012- present
- Director, Helen Hawk Honors Program
- Advisor, Phi Sigma Tau Philosophy Honors Society
- Sponsor, Alpha Chi Honors Society
- Chair, CSU, Academic Senate 2000-2003
- Senator, CSU Academic Senate 1998-2011
Recent Books, Articles and Chapters
- Royce in Focus, Indiana University Press, 2008.
- “Introduction,” The Sources of Religious Insight, by Josiah Royce, a Critical Edition, IUPUI, 2015.
- “Not Black or White but Chocolate Brown: Reframing the Issues of Cosmopolitanism” a chapter in a book, Cosmopolitanism: Pluralistic Views, Emory University Press, 2016.
- “Practicing Philosophy: Dewey, Royce, Addams and Dubois,” Chapter in Book on Contemporary Pragmatism, to be published by Rodopi, Amsterdam, in 2015.
- “Do Not Block Inquiry: Philosophy in America- Peirce and Socrates,” to be published in The Transactions of the Charles Sanders Peirce Society, February, 2015.
- “Democratic Theory, Chapter 5, in Bloomsburg Companion to Political Philosophy, London: Bloomsbury Press, 2015.
- “Classical American Pragmatism: Practicing philosophy as experiencing life,” Human Affairs, Vol. 24, Issue 1, January 2014.
- Racism, Race and Josiah Royce: Exactly What Shall We Say? The Relevance of Royce, edited by Kelly Parker & Jason Bell, New York:” Fordham University Press, 2014
- Work on the impact of social media on communities and concepts of self
- Work on public issues such as Race Relations, the Nature of the Public, and Building Provincial Communities
- Work in the area of Neuroethics and philosophy issues related to new Neuroscience advances
- Continual work on ethics issues related to genetic technologies
Favorite Web Sites
- Reading and writing mystery stories.
- Travel to new places.
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