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Publications from members of our department

Posted by: warrencc | January 25, 2017 | No Comment |
 Professor Baker –
“An Epicurean Consideration of Superstitions in Mark Twain and in the Good Life” Mark Twain and Philosophy, Great Authors and Philosophy Series, Alan Goldman, ed. Rowman and Littlefield Press, 2016.
“Online Data Privacy and the Justification of the Market,” Law, Governance and Technology Series, Vol. 31, Mariarosaria Taddeo and Luciano Floridi (Eds): The Responsibilities of Online Service Providers, Springer, 2016.
“Can Charlie Brown be Happy?” Peanuts and Philosophy, Open Court Press, 2016
Second reprint of “Virtue and Behavior” Social Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics, Wilfrid Dolfsma, Mark White, Deborah Figart, Ellen Mutari, Robert McMaster, eds. Routledge, 2016.
Professor Hettinger –
“Defending Aesthetic Protectionism,” in Philosophy: Environmental Ethics, ed. by David Schmidtz (Farmington Hills, Mich.: Macmillan Reference USA, 2017), pp. 287-308.
Professor Nadelhoffer, Professor Wright, and three College of Charleston undergraduate students, Matthew Echols, Tyler Parini, and Kelly Venezia –
Wright, J.C., Nadelhoffer, T., Perini, T., Langville, A., Echols, M., & Venezia, K. (2017). “The Psychological Significance of Humility.”
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Thomas Nadelhoffer has published an article (co-authored with Prof. Jen Wright and students Tyler Perini, Amy Langville, Matthew Echols, & Kelly Venezia) “The Psychological Significance of Humility” in The Journal of Positive Psychology, 12(1): 3-12

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Prof. Baker Published in Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics

Posted by: Kate Kenney-Newhard | January 9, 2017 | No Comment |

Professor Jennifer Baker’s article A Place at the Table: Low Wage Workers and the Bourgeois Deal was published in the EJPE (Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics.

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Profs. Baker & Hough Published in “Philosophy and Breaking Bad”

Posted by: Kate Kenney-Newhard | January 9, 2017 | No Comment |

Professors Jennifer Baker and Sheridan Hough each have chapters in the recently-published book Philosophy and Breaking Bad.

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Monday, Prof. Rachel McKinnon participated in an interview on the Huffington post Trump in the Age of Ignorance and an extended podcast.

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Prof. Coseru will be delivering the keynote address to the first “Buddhism and Phenomenology” Conference, at the Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, November 7, 2016

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Prof. Coseru will be giving an invited talk on “Does Altruism Make Us All Too Human?” at the Ronald E Moore Symposium “What Makes Us Human,” Texas Christian University, Forth Worth, November 5, 2016.

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Prof. Hough’s blog post promoting her book Kierkegaard’s Dancing Tax Collector: Faith, Finitude, and Silence was one of the most-read Oxford University Press blogs of 2015.

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Prof. Neufeld invited to speak at Furman University

Posted by: warrencc | September 26, 2016 | No Comment |

Jonathan A. Neufeld will be giving an invited talk at Furman University on September 29. The topic is  “Iconoclasm and Aesthetic Civil Disobedience.”

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Prof. Hough will be giving an invited talk on “Kierkegaard and Modernism” to the University of California, Berkeley, September 15, 2016.

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