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David Baumeister

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  • Title: Courtesy Postdoctoral Research Scholar
  • Office: 211 Susan Campbell Hall
  • Affiliated Departments: German & Scandinavian
  • Interests: Kant and Modern Philosophy, Environmental Philosophy, Ethics, Continental Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy
  • Website: Website

George N. Fourlas

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  • Title: Courtesy Postdoctoral Research Scholar
  • Additional Title: Visiting Assistant Professor, Hampshire College
  • Office: 211 Susan Campbell Hall
  • Adviser: Naomi Zack; Cheyney Ryan
  • Interests: Social-Political Philosophy, Ethics, and Philosophy of Race/ethnicity (specifically Middle-Eastern identity), Conflict Resolution/Transformation
  • Website: Website

John Holmes

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Albert A. Johnstone

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  • Title: Courtesy Professor
  • Office: 211 Susan Campbell Hall
  • Interests: phenomenological investigation in the Husserlian tradition into what it is like to be a human being

Suh-hyun Park

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  • Title: Courtesy Research Assistant
  • Office: 211 Susan Campbell Hall
  • Affiliated Departments: Philosophy Department
  • Interests: 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy(especially Nietzsche, Heidegger, Contemporary French Philosophy, Italian Autonomism)

Maxine Sheets-Johnstone

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  • Title: Courtesy Professor
  • Interests: Philosophical Biology/Anthropology, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophy of Mind/Body, Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Language in Evolutionary Perspective, Aesthetics

Edgar Temam

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  • Title: Philosophy Department Courtesy Postdoctoral Research Scholar
  • Additional Title: Pro Tem Instructor of English
  • Phone: 541-346-0061
  • Office: 444 PLC
  • Office Hours: MW 5:00-5:45, TR 10:00-10:45, and by appointment
  • Affiliated Departments: English Department, Philosophy Department
  • Interests: history of philosophy, critical thinking, basic logic, pedagogy, social & political philosophy--particularly, our thinking about violence & nonviolence, war & peace, force & power, injustice & justice

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