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Sarah Roe PhD


  1. PhD, Philosophy, University of California, Davis
  2. MA, Philosophy, Northern Illinois University
  3. BA, Philosophy, Biology, Elmhurst College


Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Biology, History of Philosophy of Science Dissertation: "The Salmon-Roe Approach to Mechanistic Explanations" directed by Roberta Millstein Publications: "The Attenuated Ramblings of a Mad Man: Feyerabend's Anarchy Examined," Polish Journal of Philosophy, Volume 3, Issue 2 (Fall, 2009), pp. 67-85. "Book Review: A Primer of Conservation Behavior" (with Tim Caro), Animal Behaviour, Volume 81, Issue 1 (January 2011), pp. 357-358. Courses Taught: Bioethics Critical Reasoning Introduction to Philosophy of Biology Introduction to Philosophy of Science Courses Assisted: Appraising Scientific Reasoning Ancient Greek Philosophy Contemporary Moral Issues Contemporary Ethics Epistemology Ethical and Social Problems in Contemporary Society Ethics in the Healthcare Professions Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy of Biology Introduction to Philosophy of Science Philosophy of Religion Symbolic Logic

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