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Thomas Alexander

Professor, Emeritus

talex@siu.edu
Ph.D., Emory University
CV (pdf)


David Clarke

Professor, Emeritus

davidsclarke256@gmail.com
Ph.D., Emory University


Elizabeth Eames

Professor, Emeritus

Ph.D., Bryn Mawr


Euginie Gatens-Robinson

Professor, Emeritus

genrog@mebtel.net
Ph.D., SIU


Garth Gillan

Professor, Emeritus

Ph.D., Dusquesne University


Larry Hickman

Professor, Emeritus

Larry Hickman

Phone: 618.453.229

Office: Faner, Room 3035

email: lhickman@siu.edu

Director of the Center for Dewey Studies 1993-2015
Philosophy of technology, classical American Philosophy, philosophy of education.

Monographs include Modern Theories of Higher Level Predicates (1980); John Dewey's Pragmatic Technology (1990); Philosophical Tools for Technological Culture (2001); Pragmatism as Post-Postermodernism (2007); Edited volumes include Technology and Human Affairs (1981); Reading Dewey (1998); The Essential Dewey (with Thomas Alexander) (1998); The Correspondence of John Dewey (1999, 2001, 2005). Articles on technology, environmental philosophy, critical theory, pragmatism, education, film studies, philosophy of religion.

Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin

Learn more about the Dewey Center (closed December 31, 2016)


Matthew Kelly

Professor, Emeritus

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame


Pat Manfredi

Associate Professor, Emeritus

Pat Manfredi

manfredi@siu.edu

Ph.D., Notre Dame University

Metaphysics, philosophy of mind and psychology, cognitive science, action theory.

Author of articles on analytic philosophy, philosophy of mind and psychology.

Former Director, University Core Curriculum


George Schedler

Chair and Professor, Emeritus

geosched@siu.edu

Ph.D., University of California at San Diego


Stephen Tyman

Associate Professor, Emeritus

Stephen Tyman

Phone: 618.453.7452
Office: Faner, Room 3036
email: sttyman@siu.edu
CV (pdf)

Eighteenth and Nineteenth century European philosophy, Hegel, Husserl, Heidegger, phenomenology and existentialism (Kierkegaard, Nietzsche).

Author of "Descrying the Ideal: The Philosophy of John William Miller", and articles on Heidegger and Nietzsche.

Ph.D., University of Toronto