B.A, Bard College
M.A., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Areas of Interest
19th and 20th Century Continental, Metaphilosophy, Pragmatisms)
Stephanie’s dissertation is on Simone de Beauvoir’s Ethics of Ambiguity.
Stephanie’s interests are loosely oriented around truth–what is it, what does it amount to (or what it is to us), is it valuable and/or should it be valued, can we know it, is it the goal of inquiry, should we pursue it, can we do anything but pursue it, etc.
Professor Nelson’s research has focused on issues in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind. He is interested in theories of communication and how, by uttering sentences, there is, in cases of success, a meeting of minds in which the audience comes to think the thought the speaker intended.
Professor Larry Wright joined UCR in 1970. He was the longest reigning faculty in the UCR philosophy department in his tenure. As Larry joins our other prominent philosophy faculty of Emeritus status, he will continue to service the University as a Professor of Graduate Division from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2018. On behalf […]
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