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January 01, 2011
Recent publications from the philosophy department:

Professor William Wians recently published:

“Evil and the Parable of the World in the Consolation of Philosophy.American Dialectic 1:1 (2011), 43-64.  http://www.americandialectic.org/vol-2011/vol-2011-01/evil-and-the-parable-of-the-world-in-the-consolation-of-philosophy/

Professor Monica Cowart recently published:

“Growing and Funding Experiential Learning Programs: A Recipe for Success” in Experiential Education: Making the Most of Learning Outside the Classroom (Ed. Donna Qualters) Number 124, Winter 2010, pp. 63-68.

“A Preliminary Framework for Isolating and Teaching Threshold Concepts in Philosophy.” In Meyer, J., Land, R., & Baille, C. (eds.), Threshold Concepts and Transformational Learning (pp.131-145). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2010.

Professor George Heffernan recently published:

“The phronimos, the phainomena, and the pragmata:  Are We Responsible for the Things that Appear to Us to be Good for Us?  An Axiological Exercise in Aristotelian Phenomenology”, in The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy 9 (2011).

 ”’Mais personne ne paraissait comprendre’ (‘But no one seemed to understand’):  Atheism, Nihilism, and Hermeneutics in Albert Camus’ L’Étranger/The Stranger”, in Analecta Husserliana 107 (2011).

“From Violence to Evidence?  Husserl and Sen on Human Identity and Diversity:  Toward a Postcolonial Phenomenology of Humanity”, in Lester Embree et al., eds., Phenomenology 2010:  Nature, Culture, and Existence(Bucharest:  Zeta Books, 2010), 95–121.

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