Profiles in "Philosophy" Expertise Area

  • Reynolds works in the new area of practical epistemology, especially on the role of the concept of knowledge in our lives.
  • Calhoun is professor of philosophy at ASU. She works in normative ethics, moral psychology, and feminist philosophy.
  • Armendt is a philosopher who works on rational decision making and the epistemology of rational belief. He also works on causality, and on patterns of social interaction among individuals.
  • The author of "Liberalism and Prostitution" and co-author of "The Legalization of Drugs," de Marneffe received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Harvard University and joined the faculty of ASU in 1989.
  • ​Kobes is interested in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of language and the philosophy of cognitive science.
  • McGregor’s current research interests are focused on a number of questions in moral and legal philosophy, in particular she is now working on a multi-year project on food justice.
  • David Carlson's primary areas of research include Qualitative Inquiry, Curriculum Studies, and Gender and Sexuality Studies in Education .
  • Kinnier came to ASU in 1982 after obtaining his PhD from Stanford University. He has taught 18 different courses and chaired about 40 doctoral dissertations and master's theses.
  • Pinillos' research interests lie in the areas of philosophy of language, cognitive science, epistemology and experimental philosophy.
  • Blackson works primarily in ancient philosophy. For more information, see https://tomblackson.com/.