Faculty: Donald "Don" Felipe
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
History of Philosophy
History of Logic
BA, (philosophy and greek) University of California at Berkeley
MA, PhD, (philosophy) University of Texas at Austin
PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
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.