Dr. Dueck publishes entries in two Philosophy books

Posted by Fernando.Arzola on Friday November 29, 2013

Dr. Jeffrey Dueck, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, publishes eleven entries in 1001 Ideas That Changed The Way We Think (Atria Book, 2013), is a comprehensive guide presenting the most interesting and imaginative thoughts from the finest minds in the fields of philosophy, religion, history, psychology, science, technology, politics, society, art and architecture.

The entries include Voluntarism, The Baldwin Effect, Fascism, Montessori Education, Theory of Radioactivity, Conspicuous Consumption, Consumerism, Hilbert’s Axioms, The Uses of Laughter, Uncertainly Principle, and Serialism.

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Dr. Dueck also contributed a chapter entitled “Your Magic is no Match for Our Powers Combined! Religious Pluralism and the Search for Truth” in South Park and Philosophy (The Blackwell Philosophy & Pop Culture Series) published by Wiley Blackwell, 2013.

This text draws close parallels between the irreverent nature of South Park and the inquiring and skeptical approach of philosophy.

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