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Philosophy Faculty and Staff
Professor Allis has given papers on legal pragmatism and on original intent in the law and is the co-author of Resources in Ancient Philosophy: An Annotated Bibliography. He is a winner of the Hope Outstanding Professor-Educator award for teaching excellence, and writes about questions of teaching, learning, and knowing.
Professor Dell'Olio has published articles in the areas of ethics, philosophy of religion, religious pluralism, religious language, religion and morality, multiculturalism, medieval philosophy, comparative philosophy, postmodernism, and contemporary philosophy. He is the author of Foundation of Moral Selfhood: Aquinas on Divine Goodness and the Connection of the Virtues and the co-editor (with Caroline Simon) of Introduction to Ethics: A Reader. He is Director of the Asian studies minor and coordinates the Hope-China Exchange Program.
Professor Giannini has published articles on Kant’s moral and religious philosophy and on contemporary appropriations of Kant’s ethics. She has also presented papers on topics in moral psychology and virtue ethics. She is particularly interested in the study of virtues that respond to vice, including forgivingness, graciousness, and hope.
Professor Mulder's information and details about his work may be found on his curriculum vitae.
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Professor Perovich has published articles on the German idealist philosophers Kant and Fichte, and on the philosophy of mysticism, and co-edited Human Nature and Natural Knowledge. He edited a book of papers by the contemporary philosopher, Alan Donagan, Reflections on Philosophy and Religion.