Professor, Philosophy and Religious Studies
Dennis Earl received a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2002. He specializes in metaphysics, especially as it pertains to issues regarding conceptual analysis and definition. He teaches courses in metaphysics, philosophy of science, logic, early modern philosophy, and business ethics. He joined CCU’s faculty in 2002.
Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder (2002)
B.S., Philosophy, North Carolina State University (1992)
Earl, D. (2022). Two years of specifications grading in philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 45(1), pp. 23–64. (DOI: 10.5840/teachphil20211118154)
Earl, D. (2020). Wilderness as a quasi-natural historical kind. Ethics & the Environment, 25(2), pp. 1–28. (DOI: 10.2979/ethicsenviro.25.2.01)
Earl, D. (2015). “The four-sentence paper: A template for considering objections and replies.” Teaching Philosophy 38 (1), 49–76. (DOI: 10.5840/teachphil20151730)
Earl, D. (2014). “Supervaluationist entailment and definitions.” Conceptus 40 (98), 1–12. (DOI: 10.1515/cpt-2014-0003)
Earl, D. (2011). “Ontology and the paradox of future generations.” Public Reason 3 (1), 60–72.
Earl, D. (2011). “Divine intimacy and the problem of horrendous evil.” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 69 (1), 17–28. (DOI: 10.1007/s11153-010-9233-x)
Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science, Early Modern Philosophy, Business Ethics, Logic
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