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Kenneth F. Rogerson
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Department of Philosophy
MW 1:30-4:00 PM
Teaching and Research:
My research interest is primarily the philosophy of Immanuel Kant. I publish in the areas of Kant's aesthetics, his epistemology and metaphysics, and his ethics. Beyond my interest in Kant, I have published in contemporary metaphysics, political philosophy, and contemporary aesthetics.
I teach a number of different courses both in the Philosophy department and in the Humanities program -- a program for which I am currently the director. I regularly teach courses in philosophical analysis, critical thinking, ethics, political philosophy, history of philosophy (especially Kant). I have also taught courses in contemporary analytic philosophy, philosophy of history, philosophy of religion, and logic.