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Causation in Sciences Project

Causation in Sciences Project is a 4-year interdisciplinary research project on the field of causation in the Philosophy of Science, funded by the Norwegian Research Council and hosted by the School of Economics and Business at the Norwegian Univ ...

                                               

Center for Philosophy of Science

The Center for Philosophy of Science is an academic center located at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, dedicated to research in the philosophy of science. The Center was founded by Adolf Grunbaum in 1960. The current Dire ...

                                               

William Henry Chamberlin (philosopher)

William Henry Chamberlin Jr. was an American Mormon philosopher, theologian, and educator. His teachings and writings worked to reconcile Mormonism with the theory of evolution. He taught philosophy and ancient languages as well as science and ma ...

                                               

J. Caleb Clanton

J. Caleb Clanton is Professor of Philosophy at Lipscomb University. He taught previously at Vanderbilt University and Pepperdine University. Clanton is known for his research on philosophy of religion and moral philosophy. He is the recipient of ...

                                               

Jules Coleman

Jules Leslie Coleman is a scholar of law and jurisprudence. He was the Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld Professor of Jurisprudence and Professor of Philosophy at Yale Law School until 2012. Now retired, he most recently served as the Senior Vice Provost fo ...

                                               

Richard Colledge

Richard J. Colledge is an Australian philosopher and Head of the School of Philosophy at Australian Catholic University. He is the Chair of the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy. Colledge is known for his research on Heidegger and K ...

                                               

Mark Colyvan

Mark Colyvan is an Australian philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sydney. He is a former president of the Australasian Association of Philosophy. Colyvan is known for his research on philosophy of mathematics.

                                               

David E. Cooper

David E. Cooper is a British author and philosopher. He was brought up in Surrey and educated at Highgate School and then Oxford University, where he was given his first job in 1967, as a Lecturer in Philosophy. He went on to teach at the univers ...

                                               

Christopher Cordner

Christopher Donald Cordner is an Australian philosopher and Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. He is known for his expertise on ethics. Cordner is a recipient of Rhodes Scholarship.

                                               

Hans Cornelius

Born in Munich, he originally studied mathematics, physics, and chemistry, graduating with a Ph.D. in 1886, before turning to philosophy. In 1894, he habilitated in philosophy and subsequently held a post in philosophy at the University of Munich ...

                                               

Diarmuid Costello

Diarmuid Costello is a British philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. He is known for his works on aesthetics and the philosophy of art. Costello chaired the British Society of Aesthetics executive committee and was ...

                                               

Lambros Couloubaritsis

Lambros Couloubaritsis received his PhD in philosophy from the Free University of Brussels after studying chemistry at the University of Liege. He teaches philosophy at the Free University of Brussels, where he is also the director of Ancient Phi ...

                                               

Ludwig Crocius

Ludwig Crocius was a German Calvinist minister. He was a delegate at the Synod of Dort and professor of theology and philosophy in Bremen.

                                               

Dezso Csejtei

Dezso Csejtei is a Hungarian philosopher and professor of philosophy at the University of Szeged. Dezso is known for his expertise on hermeneutics, philosophy of history and theology. He is a former president of Hungarian Philosophical Society.

                                               

Garrett Cullity

Garrett Michael Cullity is an Australian philosopher and Hughes Professor of Philosophy at the University of Adelaide. He is known for his research on moral philosophy. Cullity is a Fellow of Australian Academy of the Social Sciences and Australi ...

                                               

Stephen Daniel

Stephen H. Daniel is an American philosopher and professor of philosophy at Texas A&M University. He is known for his expertise on George Berkeley. Daniel is the senior editor of Berkeley Studies and was the president of International Berkele ...

                                               

Françoise Dastur

Heidegger. La question du logos, Vrin, Paris, 2007. Holderlin, tragedie et modernite, Encre Marine, Fougeres, 1992. Philosophie et Difference, Editions de La Transparence, 2004. Husserl, Des mathematiques à l’histoire, PUF, collection "Philosophi ...

                                               

Reza Davari Ardakani

Reza Davari Ardakani is an Iranian philosopher who was influenced by Martin Heidegger, and a distinguished emeritus professor of philosophy at the University of Tehran. He is also the current president of the Iranian Academy of Sciences. He is kn ...

                                               

Colin Davis (philosopher)

Colin Davis is professor of French at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is known for his research on French literature and Levinass thought.

                                               

Beatrice de Gelder

Beatrice M. L. de Gelder is a cognitive neuroscientist and neuropsychologist. She is professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and director of the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory at the Tilburg University, and was senior scientist at th ...

                                               

Fernand Deschamps

Fernand Deschamps was a Belgian intellectual who participated in the great socio-economic and ethical debates in the first half of the twentieth century.

                                               

Monique Deveaux

Monique Deveaux is a Canadian philosopher and Professor and Canada Research Chair in Ethics and Global Social Change at the University of Guelph. She is known for her research on poverty, cultural pluralism and global justice.

                                               

John M. Dillon

John Myles Dillon is an Irish classicist and philosopher who was Regius Professor of Greek in Trinity College, Dublin between 1980 and 2006. Prior to that he taught at the University of California, Berkeley. He was elected a corresponding member ...

                                               

Susan Ann Dimock

Susan Ann Dimock is a Canadian philosopher and professor of philosophy at York University. She is known for her expertise on meta-ethics and applied ethics. Dimock is the editor-in-chief of Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review.

                                               

Ding Zilin

Ding Zilin is a retired professor of philosophy and the leader of the political pressure group Tiananmen Mothers.

                                               

Hugo Dingler

Hugo Dingler studied mathematics, philosophy, and physics with Felix Klein, Hermann Minkowski, David Hilbert, Edmund Husserl, Woldemar Voigt, and Wilhem Roentgen at the universities of Gottingen and Munich. He graduated from the University of Mun ...

                                               

Bradley Dowden

He is a general editor of the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Dowden received his MS in physics from Ohio State University and his PhD in philosophy from Stanford University. His main interests are metaphysics, philosophy of science, philoso ...

                                               

Bernard Dubourg

Bernard Dubourg was a French poet, professor of philosophy, translator and Hebrew scholar. Bernard Dubourg published in Tel Quel and PO&SIE. He wrote several books of poetry, and translated the poetry of J. H. Prynne. He also translated studi ...

                                               

Stewart Duncan (philosopher)

Stewart Duncan is an American philosopher and associate professor of philosophy at University of Florida. He is known for his expertise on early modern philosophy especially the materialist philosophy of Thomas Hobbes.

                                               

Denis Dutton

Denis Laurence Dutton was an American philosopher of art, web entrepreneur, and media activist. He was a professor of philosophy at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. He was also a co-founder and co-editor of the websites ...

                                               

Kenny Easwaran

Kenny Easwaran is an American Indian philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at Texas A&M University. He is known for his expertise on epistemology, decision theory, mathematical logic and philosophy of mathematics. Easwaran is an editor-in-c ...

                                               

Frank Ebersole

Frank B. Ebersole was born in Indiana. He majored in zoology at Heidelberg College. After years as a philosophy graduate student at Yale University, he transferred to the University of Chicago, where he worked with Rudolf Carnap, one of the found ...

                                               

Naomi Eilan

Naomi Eilan is a British philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. She is known for her works on consciousness, philosophy of mind, metaphysics and philosophy of psychology. Eilan is a former president of the European ...

                                               

Fons Elders

Fons Elders is a Dutch philosopher and an emeritus professor at the University of Humanistic Studies. He was the host of the Chomsky–Foucault debate in 1971.

                                               

Parvis Emad

Parvis Emad is an interpreter and translator of Martin Heideggers writings. He is the founder of, and a co-editor of, the journal Heidegger Studies and a professor of DePaul University. Emad is Iranian-born.

                                               

Chad Engelland

Chad Anthony Engelland is an American philosopher and Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dallas. He is known for his research on Heideggers thought. Engelland is a former editor-in-chief of Xavier Newswire.

                                               

Stephen Erickson

Stephen A. Erickson is an American philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at Pomona College. He is known for his lectures in The Great Courses titled "Philosophy as a Guide to Living". He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Yale University.

                                               

Seyyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani

Seyyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani is an Iranian philosopher and professor of ethics at the University of Religions and Denominations. He is known for his expertise on virtue ethics, environmental ethics and research ethics. Eslami is a winner of Fara ...

                                               

Brian Fay

Brian C. Fay is an American philosopher and William Griffin Professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University. He is known for his works on the philosophy of social sciences.

                                               

James Fieser

James Fieser is professor of philosophy at the University of Tennessee at Martin. He received his B.A. from Berea College, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy from Purdue University. He is founder and general editor of the Internet Encyclopedia ...

                                               

Gordon Finlayson

James Gordon Finlayson is a British philosopher. He is reader in philosophy and director of the Centre for Social and Political Thought at the University of Sussex. Finlayson is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a former chair of the Soci ...

                                               

Branden Fitelson

Branden Fitelson is an American philosopher and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Northeastern University. He is known for his expertise on formal epistemology and philosophy of science.

                                               

Graeme Forbes

Graeme Robertson Forbes is an American philosopher and logician and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado Boulder and former Celia Scott Weatherhead Distinguished Professor at Tulane University.

                                               

Michael Neil Forster

Michael Neil Forster is an American philosopher and the Alexander von Humboldt Professor, holder of the Chair in Theoretical Philosophy, and Co-director of the International Center for Philosophy at Bonn University. Previously he was Glen A. Lloy ...

                                               

Helio Gallardo

Helio Gallardo Martinez is a Chilean Philosopher and Professor of the University of Costa Rica. He moved to Costa Rica after Salvador Allende was overthrown.

                                               

Sebastian Gardner

Sebastian Angus Gardner is a British philosopher and Professor of Philosophy in the University College London. He is known for his expertise on Kant, German Idealism, and Freud.

                                               

Christopher Gauker

Christopher Gauker is an American philosopher and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Salzburg. He is known for his works on philosophy of language.

                                               

Tamar Gendler

Tamar Szabo Gendler is the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Yale as well as the Vincent J. Scully Professor of Philosophy and a Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences at Yale University. Her academic research focuses on issues ...

                                               

Theodore George

Theodore D. George is an American philosopher and associate professor and chair of the department of philosophy at Texas A&M University. He is known for his expertise on post-Kantian philosophy and hermeneutics, in particular, his work on Han ...

                                               

Ronald Giere

Ronald Giere is an American philosopher of science who is an emeritus professor of philosophy at the University of Minnesota. He is a Fellow of The AAAS, a long-time member of the editorial board of the journal Philosophy of Science, and a past p ...

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