Theses by UMBC philosophy majors:
- Michael Young '11: Honors thesis: "Irrationality without Division: Mechanisms of Irrationality and the Fractured Mind", supervised by Dr. Yalowitz. Mr. Young was awarded the prestigious Gates Cambridge Fellowship for graduate study in Philosophy at Cambridge University 2011-12. He will attend medical school starting in 2012.
- Glenn Matthew Eller '10: Honors thesis: "Mental Causation and The Causal Exclusion Problem", supervised by Dr. Yalowitz. Mr. Eller was accepted with full scholarship to Syracuse University's Ph.D. program in Philosophy, commencing in Fall 2011.
- Jennifer Mark '08: Honors Thesis: "Realism, Anti-Realism and Possible Worlds", supervised by Dr. Pfeifer.
- Robert Rifkin '07: Honors Thesis: "Underdetermination of Theory by Evidence", supervised by Dr. Pfeifer.
Meet a research student:
Benefits for Philosophy students:
- Work with a faculty member
- Experience hands-on research
- Reinforce classroom learning
- Prepare for work or graduate school
- Travel to national conferences
- Receive grant funding
- Publish independent research
- Ethics and Anthropology: Observational Data, Meta-Ethical Moral Relativism, and the Role of Values
Peter Andes. UMBC Review vol.14.
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