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Andrew Pavelich, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Education: Ph.D., Philosophy 1999, Tulane University; M.A., Philosophy 1996, Tulane University; B.A., Philosophy 1994, Fort Lewis College.
Research Interests: Early Modern Philosophy (especially Descartes), Philosophy of Religion.
“Pet Health Care Ethics”, forthcoming in What Philosophy Can Tell You About Your Cat, ed. Steven Hales, for Open Court Press, 2008.
“Science After the End of the World”, in Sci-Fi in The Mind’s Eye: Reading Science Through Science Fiction, ed. Margret Grebowicz, Open Court Press, 2007.
“On the Idea that God is Continuously Re-Creating the Universe”, Sophia, volume 46, No. 1, May 2007; “Locke on the Possibility of Thinking Matter”, Locke Studies, volume 6.
Last updated or reviewed on 6/2/10