Lucas Luttmann

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B.A. from Colgate University

Areas of Interest

19th and 20th century European philosophy, especially Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, philosophy of Action, Phenomenology and Existentialism

Rotem Herrmann

Rotem Herrmann
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BA – Philosophy and History – New York University 2013
MSc – Mind, Language and Embodied Cognition – University of Edinburgh 2014
MA – Bioethics – New York University 2015
Contact Information

rotem.herrmann@email.ucr.edu

Areas of Interest

Philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of cognitive science, bioethics.

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Rotem’s primary interests surround the intersection of philosophy and empirical studies of the mind and brain. More recently, her research has focused on memory; i.e. it’s effects on autonomy (especially in addiction), as well as its relationship to imagination, intuition, dreaming and hallucination.

John Green

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BA from Wheaton College in Massachusetts 2015

Areas of Interest

19 and 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Existentialism, and Nietzsche.

Daniel Green

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Nietzsche, Existentialism, Philosophy of Language, Metaphilosophy

Marie Evanston

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Tristan de Liege

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B.A., Political Science, Philosophy –  University of California, Davis 2013
M.A., Philosophy – University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 2015
Contact Information

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Areas of Interest

Philosophy of Action, Moral Psychology, Ancient Philosophy, Ethics, Metaethics

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Tristan has a broad interest in issues related to ethics, including questions about free will and moral responsibility. He is especially interested in contemporary virtue ethical approaches, and this relates to his interests in Aristotle, Plato, and the Stoics. He is also interested in ethical naturalism in metaethics and also in recent attempts to ground normativity in the nature of action.

Welcome to our New Faculty!

The Philosophy Department would like to welcome two new additions to our faculty: Andreja Novakovic and Adam Harmer.

Andreja Novakovic’s research focuses on the work of G.W.F. Hegel.  She is currently writing a book about habit and reflection in Hegel’s account of modern ethical life.  More generally she has a strong interest in the nature social critique — its standpoint, its resources, its consequences.

Adam Harmer’s area of interest include Early Modern Philosophy, Leibniz’s  Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mathematics, and Logic.

Monique Wonderly receives Fellowship

Congratulations to Monique Wonderly! She has been awarded the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for the 2014/2015 academic year.

 

New Students Welcomed at Fall Luncheon

New Students groupThe department welcomed five new graduate students, Taylor Cyr, Maxwell McCoy, Micaela Quintana, Sam Richards and Carlos Ruiz, into the program at the annual Fall Welcome Luncheon. Faculty, staff, and continuing students gathered to meet and talk with the newest members of the UC Riverside Philosophy program. The group also welcomed visiting scholar, Marie Jayasekera, from Colgate University.

David Harrah

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Selected Publications

Communication: A Logical Model (M.I.T.Press, 1963).