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Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School
Office: Merrifield 201B
Phone: (701) 777-2710
Interests: ethics, philosophy of law, political philosophy, metaphysics
“An Epistemological Critique of Computer Learning,” in The Impact of Contemporary Social Communication Technologies, an anthology, eds. Tatyana Dumova and Richard Fiordo.
“Human Nature and Human Rights,” in 2003 World Congress of Philosophy, Istanbul, Turkey, Human Rights, volume 3, ed. Zeynep Davran.
“Abstraction and the Interpretation of Quality,” An Anthology of Philosophical Studies, ed. Patricia Hanna, ATINER.
“Mathematical Identity: The Algebraic Unknown Number and Casuistry” in Section 41: philosophy of mathematics, at The XXII World Congress of Philosophy in Seoul, Korea (30 July - 5 August 2008).
“An Economic Paradox: Entropy and Growth” in Section 22: philosophy and economics, at The XXII World Congress of Philosophy in Seoul, Korea (30 July - 5 August 2008).
“The Logic of Identity: Haecceity, Tautology, and Analogy,” at the International Conference On Philosophy sponsored by The European Research Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) in Athens, Greece (2-5 June 2008).