University of Calgary

Marc Ereshefsky

  • Professor

Office Hours

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
--1p‑2:30p----
  • Or by appointment

Currently Teaching

 F2018 - PHIL 201 - Mind, Matter and God
 F2018 - PHIL 367 - Science and Philosophy
LEC 1MWF 12:00 - 12:50
MS 319
 W2019 - PHIL 201 - Mind, Matter and God
 W2019 - PHIL 467 - Problems in the Philosophy of Science
LEC 1TR 12:30 - 13:45
SH 274

Current Graduate Students

PhD

Soohyun Ahn

Celso Neto

Sinan Sincan

Archie Fields III

Past Graduate Students

PhD

2016 - Alison McConwell

2014 - Brandon Holter

2013 - Makmiller Pedroso, A Critique of Modern Biological Essentialism

2011 - Michael Steiner, An Anti-Realist Theory of Natural Kinds
2010 - Travis Dumsday, Defending an Essentialist Ontology of Kinds, Laws, and Biological Taxa
2008 - Jennifer Runke, Metaphors in Biology
2005 - Jesse Hendrikse, Explanation and Inheritance  
2001 - Jay Odenbaugh, Searching for Patterns, Hunting for Causes: A Philosophical Examination of Mathematical Modeling in Theoretical Ecology
1997 - David Baumslag, A Goal-Oriented Theory of Science
1996 - Mohamed Elsamahi, A Coherentist View of Theory Acceptance 

MA

2012 - Michelle Pham, Consensus and Objectivity in Science
2011 - Shari Monner, The Character Individuation Problem: A Philosophical Study of the Individuation of Characters in Biological Taxonomy
2007 - Sky Coulter, Biological Normality
2007 - Michael Steiner, Scientific Laws
2006 - Clement Loo, Proper Function: Criticisms and Replies
2002 - Shawna Boyle, Genetic Research: Why we do it, Why we should
1998 - Jesse Hendrikse, No Powers, No Causes
1994 - Barrett Wolski, The Grooves of Nature: Dispositions and Natural Kinds

Publications

Edited Book

Journal Article

Curriculum Vitae

Degrees

Students

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