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Bernard Molyneux

Bernard Molyneux

Associate Professor

2292 Social Science and Humanities Building
Davis , Ca 95616
Office Phone: (530) 554-4916

Education:

  1. Ph.D.: Rutgers University, 2006

Biography:

Dissertation: "Aspects of Consciousness Explained," directed by Alvin Goldman

Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science

Joined the UC Davis Philosophy Faculty: 2006

2011-2012 Course Schedule

Fall
103 – Philosophy of Mind
202 – Theory of Knowledge

Winter
Not teaching

Spring
13 – Minds, Brains and Computers
189C – Special Topics in Theory of Knowledge

Other Courses
189H Topics in Philosophy of Mind
200A Proseminar I

Recent Publications

"Why Experience Taught me Nothing about Transparency," Nous, Vol. 43, No. 1 (2009), 116-136.

"Intuitions are Inclinations to Believe," Philosophical Studies, Vol. 145, No. 1. (2009), 255-277 (with Joshua Earlenbaugh).

Currently Supervising Dissertations

Bert Baumgaertner, "Adaptive Concepts"

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