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M.A. Placement

PH.D. PLACEMENT

2018 

  • Alex Haitos
  • Dissertation: “Finding the Foundations of the World in Aesthetic Experience: The Radical Empiricism of William James and the Metaphysics of Alfred North Whitehead” John J. McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: American Philosophy, History of Metaphysics, Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics
  • Areas of Competence: History of Philosophy, Continental Philosophy (esp. Phenomenology and Existentialism), Philosophy and Literature
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., English, Texas A&M University
  • Placement: Lecturer, Philosophy Department, Southern Connecticut State University

 

  • Patrick Anderson
  • Dissertation: “Anticolonial Amerika: Resisting the Zone of Nonbeing in an Anglo-Saxon Empire” Tommy Curry, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Africana Philosophy, Social-Political Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Film and Literature
  • Placement: Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Grand Valley State University

 

  • Andrew Soto
  • Dissertation: “Chican@ Sociogenics, Chican@ Logics and the Development of Chican@ Philosophy: Rupturing the Black-white Binary and Western Anti-Latin@ Logic” Tommy Curry, Chair
  • Areas of Specializations: Latin American Philosophy, Chicana/o Philosophy, Applied Ethics, Critical Race Theory, Latcrit, Africana Philosophy, Anti-Colonialism, Philosophy of Education (esp. Urban Education & Critical Race Pedagogies)
  • Supplementary Masters: M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, emphasis on Urban Eduction, Texas A&M
  • Placement: Tenure Track Philosophy Instructor, Philosophy Department, Hartnell College

 

  • Matthew Wester
  • Dissertation: “Judgement and Its Limits: Eichmann, Modernity, and the Development of Hannah Arendt’s Theory of Political Judgement”
  • Areas of Specialization: Modern Philosophy, 19th Century German Philosophy, Political Theory
  • Placement: Lecturer, Philosophy Department, Texas A&M University

2017 

  • Brittany Leckey
  • Dissertation: “Irritatingly Incomplete: The Ontologically Reconsidered Filmic Image” Theodore George, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: 19th and 20th Century Continental European Philosophy, Existential Ethics, Aesthetics, Philosophy of Film
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., English Literature, Texas A&M University
  • Placement: Philosophy Instructor, Department of History and Philosophy, South Texas College

 

  • Karen Davis
  • Dissertation: “Aesthetic Play as Ethical Practice: Rethinking Moral Life Through Kant, Schiller, Gadamer, and Prison Theater” Kristi Sweet, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Ethics
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., English, Texas A&M University
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, Lewis University

 

  • Kristen Drake
  • “Demystification: An Identity Focused Revision to Logic-based Therapy” Claire Katz, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: History of Philosophy, Continental Philosophy since Kant, Existentialism, Phenomenology, Feminist Philosophy, Philosophical Counseling
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., Performance Studies, Texas A&M University
  • Placement: Lecturer, Philosophy, Texas A&M University

2016 

  • Jennifer Gaffney
  • Dissertation: “From Citizenship to the Space of Appearance: Arendt, Haiti, and the Problem of Political Exclusion” Theodore George, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Philosophy of Race, Ethics, History of Philosophy
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., History, Texas A&M University
  • Placement: Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, Gettysburg College

2015 

  • Harris Bechtol
  • Dissertation: “Inflections of the Event: The Death of the Other as Event” Theodore George, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Continental Philosophy since Kant, especially as it developed in phenomenology, hermeneutics, existentialism, and continental philosophy of religion
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., Philosophy, Loyola Marymount
  • Current Position: Lecturer, Philosophy Department, Sam Houston State University
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2014 

  • T.J. Kasperbauer
  • Dissertation: “Perceiving Nonhumans: Human Moral Psychology and Animal Ethics,” Clare Palmer and Gary Varner, Co-chairs
  • Areas of Specialization: Applied Ethics (particularly animal and environmental ethics), Moral Psychology, and Philosophy of Psychology
  • Supplementary Masters: M.S., Psychology, Texas A&M University, 2012
  • Current Position: Visiting Researcher, Philosophy Department, George Washington University

 

  • David E. Wright
  • Dissertation: “John Stuart Mill’s Sanction Utilitarianism: a Philosophical and Historical Interpretation,” Linda Radzik, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Mill, Ethical Theory, Social and Political Philosophy
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., History, Texas A&M University, 2012
  • Current Position: Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychology and Philosophy Department, Sam Houston State University

2013 

  • Olga Gerhart
  • Dissertation: “A Reconstruction of the Meaning of Time’s Passing within the Classical American Philosophical Tradition,” John McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Classical American Philosophy, Philosophy of Aging, Ethics and Aging, Engineering Ethics
  • Supplementary Masters: M.S., Exercise Physiology, University of Texas at Austin, 2003
  • Current Position: Lecturer, Philosophy Department, Texas State University

2012 

  • Charles Carlson
  • Dissertation: “Some Philosophical Origins of an Ecological Sensibility,” John McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Biology, Ethics, American Philosophy, German Idealism, History and Philosophy of Science, Modern Philosophy
  • Supplementary Masters: M.S., Biology, Texas A&M University, 2011
  • Current Position: Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, Sam Houston State University
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  • Kim Diaz
  • Dissertation: “Radical Democracy in the thought and work of Paulo Freire and Luis Villoro,” Gregory Pappas, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy, Social Ethics, Classical American Pragmatism, Latin American Philosophy
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A. Hispanic Studies, Texas A&M University, 2010
  • Current Position: Lecturer, Chicano Studies, University of Texas at El Paso
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  • John Tyler
  • Dissertation: “A pragmatic standard of Legal Validity,” John McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Law, Political Philosophy, Ethics, History of Philosophy
  • Supplementary Degree: Juris Doctor, Southern Methodist School of Law
  • Current Position: Program Coordinator, Legal Studies; Associate Professor of Government, School of Humanities; Houston Baptist University

2011 

  • Oak DeBerg
  • Dissertation: “War as Aesthetic: The Philosophy of Carl von Clausewitz as the Embodiment of John Dewey’s Concept of Experience,” Gregory Pappas, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Political Philosophy, Ethics, Military Philosophy, Military Ethics, Animal Ethics, and Philosophy of Science
  • Supplementary Masters: M.S., Aerospace Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology
  • Current Position: Senior Lecturer, Philosophy Department,  The University of Texas at San Antonio
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2010 

  • Paul R. Shockley
  • Dissertation: “Bridging the Culture Gap: How John Dewey’s Aesthetics May Benefit the Local Church,” Gregory Pappas, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Aesthetics, Hermeneutics, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion
  • Supplementary Masters: Th.M, Systematic Theology and Biblical Exposition, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2002; M.A. History of Ideas, University of Texas-Dallas, 2003
  • Current Positions: Professor of Bible & Theology, College of Biblical Studies Houston; Lecturer of Philosophy, Multidisciplinary Programs, Stephen F. Austin University; Adjunct Faculty Member, J. Dalton Havard School of Theological Studies 
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2008 

  • Muhammad Haris
  • Dissertation: “Four Facets of the Relation of Tragedy to Dialectic and the Theme of Crisis of Expectations,” John J. McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Literature and Culture, History of Philosophy, Engineering Ethics
  • Supplementary Masters: M.S., Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 2002
  • Current Position: Assistant Professor, Comparative Liberal Studies School of Arts, Habib University 
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  • David Henderson
  • Dissertation: “Wilderness: the History, Significance and Promise of an American Value,” John J. McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Environmental Philosophy, Classical American Pragmatism, Ecology
  • Supplementary Masters: M.S., Wildlife and Fisheries Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 2006
  • Current Position: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Philosophy and Religion Department, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina
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2007 

  • Kent Dunnington
  • Dissertation: “Addiction and Action: Aristotle and Aquinas in Dialogue with Addiction Studies,” John J. McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Philosophical Theology, Ethics (including virtue ethics, theological ethics, and medical ethics), Philosophy of Religion
  • Supplementary Masters: M.A., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
  • Current Position: Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Greenville College, Greenville, Illinois
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  • Jeremy Evans
  • Dissertation: “An Essay on Divine Commands, Divine Will, and Moral Obligation,” Hugh J. McCann, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Religion, Ethics (Applied ethics and Metaethics), Philosophical Theology
  • Supplementary Masters: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDivBL)
  • Current Position: Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina

2006 

  • James “Jake” Noland
  • Dissertation: “Two Rival Versions of Historical Inquiry and Their Application to the Study of the Sixteenth Amendment,” John J. McDermott, Chair
  • Areas of Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy, Ethical Theory, Philosophy of History
  • Supplementary Masters: M.P.S.A., George Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 2004
  • Current Position: Dean of Faculty, St. Thomas More Academy
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M.A. PLACEMENT

2014

  • “Salvation from Despair and Estrangement: An Analysis of Religious Existentialism as Found in Sore Kierkegaard and Paul Tillich,” Gregory Pappas, Chair
    Research Interests: Continental philosophy, Existentialism, Absurdism, Psychoanalytic theory, Psychopathology, Phenomenology, Theology
    Placement: Adjunct Profesor, Lone Star College System

2013

  • “Developing Virtuous Soldiers: Mitigating the Problem of Fragmentation in the Army,” Michael LeBuffe, Chair
    Research Interests: Moral Philosophy, Moral Psychology, Epistemology
    Placement: Ethics Instructor, U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, GA
  • “Towards an Empirically and Developmentally Informed Account of Virtue,” Michael LeBuffe, Chair
    Research Interests: Moral Philosophy, Moral Psychology, Philosophy of Science
    Placement: Baylor University (Philosophy)
  • “Our Place in Nature,” Michael LeBuffe, Chair
    Research Interests: Eco-phenomenology and the thought of Martin Heidegger
    University of North Texas (Philosophy)
  • “An Intuitionistic Examination of Read’s Harmony Requirement,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research Interests: Logic and Philosophy of Logic
    Placement: University of Michigan (Law School)
  • “Mathematical Explanation: Examining Approaches to the Problem of Applied Mathematics,” Michael Hand, Chair
    Research Interests: Philosophy of Mathematics
    Placement: Michigan State University (Educ Psychology and Educ Tech)
  • “The Problem of Evil or the Goodness of God,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research Interests: Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, History of Philosophy
    Placement: Rice University (Philosophy)

2012

  • “Mark the Music: Heidegger on Technology, Art, and the Meaning of Materiality,” Theodore George, Chair
    Research Interests: 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Philosophy of Art, History of Philosophy
    Placement: Marquette University (Philosophy)
  • “Beyond Biomedicine: Developing New Models of Medical Practice from the Pragmatist and Existentialist Traditions,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research Interests: Phenomenology, Existentialism, Pragmatism
    Placement: Baylor College of Medicine (Philosophy)
  • “Real Distinction and True Union in Descartes’ Notion of the Human Being,” Stephen Daniel, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics, Epistemology, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: University of Notre Dame (Philosophy)
  • “Kitcher’s Problem with Assymetry,” Roger Sansom, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: University of Rochester (Philosophy)

2011

  • “Rational Capacities and the Practice of Blame: A Skeptical Argument,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research Interests: Action Theory, Metaethics, Practical Reasoning
    Placement: University of California, Riverside (Philosophy)
  • “A People’s History of Philosophy: The Development and Ideological Segregation of Black Nationalism,” Claire Katz and Tommy Curry, Co-Chairs
    Research Interests: Critical Race Theory, Feminist Philosophy
    Placement: Wayne State University (Law School)
  • “Stubborn Systems: Two New Multiple Coherent Systems Objections for Coherentist Moral Realism,” Gary Varner, Chair
    Research Interests: Political Philosophy
    Placement: CUNY Graduate Center (Philosophy)
  • “M-Combinatorialism and the Semantics of SQML,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics
    Placement: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Philosophy)
  • “The Varieties of Self-Knowledge,” Robert Burch, Chair
    Research Interests: Kant, German Idealism, Philosophy of Science, Moral Psychology, Ancient Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy
    Placement: Johns Hopkins University (Philosophy)
  • “Aristotle’s Moral Absolutes: A Preliminary Look,” Robin Smith, Chair
    Research Interests: Ancient Philosophy
    Placement: Rice University (Philosophy)
  • “Mental Agency and Attributionist (or ‘Real Self’) Accounts of Moral Responsibility,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research Interests: Epistemology, Action Theory, Ethics
    Placement: University of Notre Dame (Philosophy)

2010

  • “Freedom in Kant’s Critical Philosophy: The Keystone of Pure Reason,” Stephen Daniel, Chair
    Research Interests: Kant, Early Modern Philosophy (especially Leibnitz, Descartes, Spinoza), Ancient Philosophy (especially Plato, Presocratics)
    Placement: University of Wisconsin-Madison (Philosophy)
  • “The Method of Division and Aristotle’s Criticism of Platonic Philosophy,” Robin Smith, Chair
    Research Interests: Ancient, History of Philosophy, Logic
    Placement: University of Toronto (Philosophy)
  • “Kojeve and Levinas: Universality Without Totality,” Theodore George, Chair
    Research Interests: German idealism, Hermeneutics of suspicion, Contemporary Continental Philosophy
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “The Case for Legitimacy: Reconsidering the Role of Theoretical Authority in the Work of Joseph Raz,” Colleen Murphy, Chair
    Research Interests: Joseph Raz, Legal Positivism, Philosophy of Testimony
    Placement: Applied to law schools

2009

  • “The Idea of Person in Kant’s Practical Philosophy,” Stephen Daniel, Chair
    Research Interests: Epistemology, Ethics, Philosophy of Law, Modern Philosophy
    Placement: University of Notre Dame (Philosophy)
  • “What in the World are Possible Worlds?,” Chris Menzel, Chair
    Research Interests: Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Mathematics
    Placement: University of Southern California (Philosophy)
  • “Immanuel Kant and T.H. Green on Emotion, Sympathy and Morality,” Michael LeBuffe, Chair
    Research Interests: Moral Philosophy, Pain and Consciousness (especially the relationship between pain and morality)
    Placement: University of Kentucky (Philosophy)
  • “Contemporary Terrorist Organizations and the Threat to Michael Walzer’s Defense of a Supreme Emergency Exemption from Jus in Bello,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research Interests: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: Working at Texas A&M University as Senior Systems Administrator for the Dept. of Philosophy
  • “The Relation Between Human and Divine Intellection in Aristotle’s Theoria and Thomas Aquinas’s Contemplation,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research Interests: Medieval Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics
    Placement: University of Notre Dame (Philosophy)
  • “Tensions in Moral Sensibilities that Form the Platonic Grid; Making Modern Day Dogs of War,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research Interests: Ancient Philosophy, Aesthetics/Hermeneutics, Political Philosophy (Military Ethics), American Philosophy
    Placement: Instructor at the United States Military Academy at West Point
  • “Perceptual Disanalogy: On the Alstonian Analogy Argument from Religious Experience,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research Interests: Epistemology, Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, Logic
    Placement: Instructor of Philosophy at Moberly Area Community College in Hannibal, MO

2008

  • “Toward an Understanding of the Conditions of a Religious Leap in Kierkegaard’s A Literary Review,” Daniel Conway, Chair
    Research Interests: 19th Century Philosophy, History of 20th Century Analytic Philosophy, Wittgenstein, Philosophy of Mind
    Placement: University of Minnesota (Counseling Psychology)
  • “From the Schematic to the Symbolic: The Radical Possibilities of the Imagination in Kant’s Third Critique,” Theodore George, Chair
    Research Interests: German Idealism, Post-Kantian Continental Philosophy, Philosophical Hermeneutics, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: University of Kentucky (Philosophy)
  • “The Aesthetic Turn in the Face of Nihilism,” Theodore George, Chair
    Research Interests: Aesthetics, Nihilism, Dewey, Heidegger
    Placement: Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (Philosophy)
  • “On Expressive Punishment and Holistic Desert,” Linda Radzik, Chair
    Research Interests: Social and Political Philosophy, Issues Related to Liberal Egalitarianism, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Law
    Placement: Syracuse University (Philosophy)
  • “Eternal Recurrence and Nature,” Daniel Conway, Chair
    Research Interests: History of Modern Philosophy, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche
    Placement: Working for the state of Tennessee
  • “Plato’s Lysis and Its Influence on Kant and Aristotle,” Scott Austin, Chair
    Research Interests: History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Business Ethics, Latin American Philosophy, Chinease Philosophy, Normative Ethics
    Placement: Teaching English at Xiamen University, Xiamen, China
  • “The Absurd and the Comical,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research Interests: Ethics, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “Ante Rem Structuralism and the Myth of Identity Criteria,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research Interests: Philosophy of Mathematics, Logic, Metaphysics
    Placement: Brown University (Philosophy)
  • “Toward a Normative Theory of Rationality,” Robert Burch, Chair
    Research Interests: Philosophy of Language, German Idealism, American Pragmatism
    Placement: University of Pittsburg (Philosophy)

2007

  • “Why Tropes cannot be Metaphysically Simple,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics, Logic
    Placement: University of California, Riverside (Philosophy)
  • “Nietzsche on Truth in the Contexts of Nihilism and Health,” Theodore George, Chair
    Research Interests: Nietzsche, Nihilism
    Placement: University of South Florida (Philosophy)

2006

  • “On How the Debate about What is Law should Proceed in the Face of the Methodology Conflict in Jurisprudence,” Colleen Murphy, Chair
    Research Interests: Philosophy of Law, Ethics
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “Leibniz: A Metaphysic of Substances,” Stephen Daniel, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics, Modern Philosophy
    Placement: University of California, Irvine (Philosophy)
  • “Phenomenal Well-Being,” Gary Varner, Chair
    Research Interests: Ethics, Metaethics, Applied Ethics, Modern Philosophy
    Placement: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Philosophy)
  • “John Dewey’s Theory of Inquiry: An Interpretation of a Classical American Approach to Logic,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research Interests: American Philosophy, Logic
    Placement: Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (Philosophy)
  • “Rediscovering the Philosophical Importance of Jose Ingenieros,” Gregory Pappas, Chair
    Research Interests: Latin American Philosophy, Pragmatism, Social and Political Philosophy, Existentialism
    Placement: Teaching at El Paso Community College, El Paso, TX
  • “Descartes and the Creation of the Eternal Truths,” Stephen Daniel, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “Science and Religion: A Search for Synergism,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research Interests:
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “The Problem of Love from Sartre and Beauvoir to Irigaray,” Michael Hand, Chair
    Research Interests:
    Placement: Did not pursue academic career
  • “Embracing the Half: Aristotle’s Revision of Platonic Eros and Philia,” Robin Smith, Chair
    Research Interests: Ancient Philosophy
    Placement: University of Arizona (Philosophy)
  • “The Question Concerning Heidegger: Technology and Being, A Deeper Understanding,” Theodore George, Chair
    Research Interests: Metaphysics, Heidegger
    Placement: Duquesne University
  • “A State of Freedom: A Defense of Perfectionist Liberalism,” Derrick Darby, Chair
    Research Interests: Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Social Science, Game Theory
    Placement: University of Michigan (Philosophy)

2005

  • “The Possibility of Free Will: John Duns Scotus and William James on the Will,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research interests: Free Will, American Philosophy
    Placement: teaching at Regis Jesuit High School–Girls Division in Aurora, CO
  • “Divine Simplicity as Actus Purus,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research interests: Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics
    Placement: Indiana University, Bloomington (Philosophy)
  • “The Existential and Postmodern Individual,” John J. McDermott, Chair
  • “Confucius and Dewey on Community,” John J. McDermott. Chair
  • “What’s Wrong with Pain?,” Gary Varner, Chair
    Research interests: Ethics, Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Cognative Science, Philosophy of Mind, Empirically-Informed Moral Psychology
    Placement: Washington University, St. Louis (Philosophy)
  • “A Thomistic Account of Divine Providence and Human Freedom,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research interests: Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, History of Philosophy (Ancient, Medieval, Modern)
    Placement: University of Virginia

2004

  • “Divine Sustenance and Human Freedom,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research interests: Philosophy of Religion, Medieval Philosophy, Metaphysics, Epistemology
    Placement: Indiana University, Bloomington (Philosophy)
  • “Rethinking U.S. Drug Policy: An Integrity Preserving Compromise Position,” C.E. Harris, Chair
    Research interests: Ethics, Political Philosophy, International Ethics, Philosophy of Logic, Philosophy of Education
    Placement: Associate Professor at Austin Community College, Austin, TX
  • “Two Responses to a Moment in the Question of Transcendence: A Study of First Boundaries in Plotinean and Kabbalistic Cosmogonical Metaphysics,” Scott Austin, Chair
    Placement: University of Kentucky (Philosophy)
  • “William James and the Rationality of Possibility,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Research interests: American Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Philosophy of Death
    Placement: ABD, University of Oregon (Philosophy); accepted position at United International College in Zhahai, China
  • “Absurd Limits: Camus, Dewey, and Metaphysics,” John J. McDermott, Chair
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “What has Chihara’s Mathematical Nominalism Gained over Mathematical Realism?” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research interests: Logic, Formal Epistemology, Philosophy of Mathematics, Philosophy of Logic
    Placement: Stanford University (Philosophy)
  • “An Assessment of Presentism,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research interests: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: University of Virginia (Philosophy)
  • “Divine Voluntarism: Moral Obligation Supervenes on God’s Antecedent Will,” Hugh McCann, Chair
    Research interests: Ethics, Philosophy of Religion
    Placement: Did not pursue an academic career
  • “The Failure of Storytelling to Ground a Casual Theory of Reference,” Christopher Menzel, Chair
    Research interests: Philosophy of Language
    Placement: University of Virginia

2003

  • “Heidegger, Art and Politics: Exploring the Notion of Truth that can be Revealed through a Work of Art in Relation to the Political Sphere,” Theodore George, Chair
    Placement: Law School; working as a lawyer in Houston, TX