Meet the Faculty and Staff


Ron Hall

Ronald L. Hall, Professor and Chair (PhD, Chapel Hill) is the author of two books, Word and Spirit (Indiana, 1993) and The Human Embrace (Penn State, 1999). His general areas of interest are existentialism and the philosophy of religion. His special areas of interest include Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard. (386) 822-7584 (view CV)

Susan Peppers-Bates

Susan Peppers-Bates, Assistant Professor (PhD, Penn) has reviewed the Cambridge Companion to Malebranche for the Philosophical Quarterly and has published an article, "Malebranche on Efficacious Ideas" in The Journal of the History of Philosophy. Major areas of interest are early modern philosophy, feminist philosophy, free will and moral responsibility, and philosophy of religion. (386) 822-7587 (view CV)

Joshua Rust

Joshua Rust, Assistant Professor (PhD, University of California - Riverside) specializes in metaphilosophy, philosophy of science, metaphysics and philosophy of language. (386) 822-7581

Divina Bungard is secretary to the Department of Philosophy, located in Davis Hall, Room 228. Call the department office at (386) 822-7580 for information concerning faculty, course offerings, appointments, and for the latest happenings in the Philosophy Department.
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