Faculty: Donald "Don" Felipe
RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
- History of Philosophy
- History of Logic
- Critical Reasoning
- BA, (philosophy and greek) University of California at Berkeley
- MA, PhD, (philosophy) University of Texas at Austin
PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE
- 2000 - Present: Full Time Faculty, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA
- Taught at California State University at Humboldt
- Taught at California State University at Hayward
- Taught at Iowa State University
Author of articles on ethics, history of philosophy and logic, pedagogy and learning methodologies.
Recent articles and book reviews:
- "Ways of disputing and principia in 17th German disputation handbooks," in Marion Gindhart, Ursula Kundert eds., Disputatio 1200-1800: Form, Funktion und Wirkung eines Leitmediums universitrer Wissenskultur, Trends in Medieval Philosophy, Vol. 20 (Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, 2010): pp. 33-62.
- "Evaluating Content on the Web: Rules, Strategies, and Foundational Concepts" Review of Paolo Rossi, Logic and the Art of Memory: The Quest for a Universal Language, Stephen Clucas trans., University of Chicago Press, 2005, in History and Philosophy of Logic, Volume 29, Issue 4 November 2008: pp: 404 - 406.
- "Teaching Business Ethics and the Holocaust," in M. Goldhagen and R. Millen, eds., Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun (Seattle: Washington University Press, 2007): pp. 83-102.