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Doug Anderson studies the history of philosophy and American philosophy, and is interested in philosophy's relationship to other dimensions of culture. Therefore, his work covers a range of fields from philosophy of science and religion to philosophy of sport, music, and education. Authors of particular interest to him at present include Thoreau, bell hooks, Gloria Anzaldúa, Plato, and Henry Bugbee. His traditional work in American Philosophy focuses on Charles Peirce and the history of pragmatism.