Andrew Cullison, Director
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Dr. Andrew Cullison received his Ph.D. from the University of Rochester in 2006. Most of his scholarly work focuses on questions about how we can have moral knowledge. He defends the view that we can have moral knowledge, as well as the view that we sometimes know moral facts on the basis of perception. His current research interests include moral epistemology, ethics of comedy, ethics of management, and ethics and technology.
Dr. Cullison has over 15 peer-reviewed publications including pieces in Philosophical Studies; Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy; American Philosophical Quarterly; Pacific Philosophical Quarterly; Ratio, Faith and Philosophy; Religious Studies; European Journal of Philosophy; and two volumes edited by Oxford University Press. Dr. Cullison is also the editor of the Continuum Companion to Epistemology.
A DePauw alumnus, Dr. Cullison graduated in 2001 with a double major in Philosophy and English (Creative Writing).