Faculty Publications

Dr. Owen Goldin, Professor

GREEK RHETORICIANS AND THE ENTHYMEME FREDAL (J.) The Enthymeme. Syllogism, Reasoning, and Narrative in Ancient Greek Rhetoric. Pp. viii + 217. Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2020. Cased, US$89.95. ISBN: 978-0-271-08613-2.

Aristotle on Inquiry: Erotetic Frameworks and Domain-Specific Norms. By James G. Lennox. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. Pp. xvi + 320 $99.99 (hardback). ISBN: 978-0521193979

Monism, Metaphysics, and Paradox,” in Knowing and Being in Ancient Philosophy, ed. D. Bloom, L. Bloom, and M. Byrd, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022, 73-95. 

Philoponus and Forms | 4 | Contextualizing Premodern Philosophy | Owen (taylorfrancis.com)

Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Presocratic Natural Philosophy in Later Classical Thought Series 

Chapter 6 Pythagoreanism and the History of Demonstration

"Pistis, Persuasion, and Logos in Aristotle" Elenchos 2020; 41(1): 49–70

Tilo Schabert, The Figure of Modernity. On the Irregularity of an Epoch. Translated from the German by Javier Ibáñez-Noé. With a Foreword by James Greenaway. De Gruyter: Berlin, 2020. (Translation of Das Gesicht der Moderne. Zur Irregularität eines Zeitalters. Verlag Karl Alber: Freiburg-Munich, 2018.)

Tilo Schabert, “A Continuing Strife Towards Cosmogony: History.” Translated from the German by Javier Ibáñez-Noé.  In: Tilo Schabert and John von Heyking, Wherefrom Does History Emerge? Inquiries in Political Cosmogony. De Gruyter: Berlin, 2020, 163–176.


Moin, Mehrzad A

Heidegger on ‘Eigentlichkeit’: Re-Contextualizing Authenticity (iyphen.ir)

Moin, Mehrzad A. “Reconsidering Taylor’s Design Argument.” History of Philosophy Quarterly. Forthcoming.


Dr. Grant J. Silva, Professor,
“Xenofobia,” ed. Carlos Pereda Failache et al. (México, Siglo Veintiuno Editores), 805-810.

Journal of World Philosophies Articles: Calling the Bluff: On Meighoo’s Misreading of Wilderson and Mignolo in “Upping the Anti-”

ur-contempt” and the maintenance of racial injustice: A Response to Monahan’s “Racism and ‘Self-Love’: The Case of White Nationalism

The Moral Psychology of Hate, EDITED BY NOELL BIRONDO
Chapter 5, Grant J. Silva, A Tradition Grounded in Hate, Racist Hatred and Anti-Immigrant Fervor.

The Lives that Matter in the Prevailing Social Order

On “Wealth” and Whiteness

On “Ur-Contempt” and the Maintenance of Racial Injustice: A Response to Monahan’s “Racism and ‘Self-Love’: The Case of White Nationalism”


Dr. Michael Olson, Associate Teaching Professor  

Rediscovering Kant as a Reader:The Early Physical Geography Lectures

Scientific Metaphysics and Metaphysical Science The Demand for Systematicity in Kant’s Transition Project Michael J. Olson

Dr. Wolf Clark, Teaching Assistant Professor

Michael Wolff, Essay on the Principles of Logic: A Defense of Logical Monism
Translated by W. Clark Wolf

Kant’s Formula of Universal Law as a Test of Causality
W. Clark Wolf
Philosophical Review, Vol. 132, No. 3, 2023
DOI 10.1215/00318108-10469512
© 2023 by Cornell University

Kant’s “in itself”: Toward a New Adverbial Reading (degruyter.com)

Kant’s “in itself”: Toward a New Adverbial Reading; a Philosophical Review Kant’s Formula of Universal Law as a Test of Causality | The Philosophical Review | Duke University Press (dukeupress.edu);and a translation Essay on the Principles of Logic.

The Authority of Conceptual Analysis in Hegelian Ethical Life

Husserl on the Overlap of Pure and Empirical Concepts

Desiree Valentine, Assistant Professor

Reproductive Justice as Reparative Justice
Desiree Valentine
Social Philosophy Today, Volume 39 ISSN: 1543-4044
© Philosophy Documentation Center

The Art of Kinship: An Intersectional Reading  Of assisted Reproductive Practices;
the Bloomsbury Guide to Philosophy of Disability: 

Published a chapter “The Wrongs of Wrongful Birth: Disability, Race, and Reproductive Justice” in The Disability Bioethics Reader.

The Journal Of Philosophy Of Disability: Technologies of Reproduction: Race, Disability, and Neoliberal Eugenics.

Bioethics, Racialized disablement and the need for conceptual analysis of “racial health disparities.


Dr. Ericka Tucker, Associate Professor: Ericka Tucker recently gave a talk at the American Political Science Association’s all-virtual Research meeting. The panel name was Perspectives on Democracy, and her paper was entitled Big Councils: Spinoza on the Epistemic, Ontological, and Affective Foundations of Democratic Power.

Dr. Javiera Perez Gomez, Associate Professor
Responding to Microaggression with Irony: The Case of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz." (With Sergio Gallegos Ordorica.) Journal of Social Philosophy. (in press) (Link

Also a new article, "Pushed to the Edge of Knowing: Microaggression and Self-doubt," forthcoming in the Journal of Applied Philosophy (Link)

Dr. Daniel Collette, Teaching Assistant Professor

“Living by her laws: Jacqueline Pascal and women's autonomy” (Authored By: Daniel Collette and Dwight K. Lewis, Jr.); Published in The European Journal of Philosophy


Dr. Peter Burgess, Teaching Assistant Professor

Modelling Subjective Consciousness: A Guide for the Perplexed” (Authored By: Peter Burgess), Journal of Consciousness Studies

Peter Burgess Phil Mack (Marquette PhD graduate May 2022)

"Resolving Unreasonable Doubt: Phenomenal Concepts and Social Categories"; Jose Medina Mini-Conference, Marquette University, Oct 2023

Dr. Curtis Carter, Professor, presented “Commentary on Time Shaping by Public Art,” at the American Society for Aesthetics, Philadelphia, April 22, 2022.

Dr. John D. Jones, Emeritus Professor
Studies in Christian Ethics
Special Issue: A Fresh Vision for Orthodox Social Ethics: Responses to For the Life of the World (2020). ‘Give me neither wealth nor poverty but appoint for me what is necessary and sufficient’
(Proverbs 30:8 LXX): But Necessary for What and Sufficient for What?

Dr. Stephanie Rivera Berruz, Associate Professor
Caribbean Philosophical Association Blog: En El Tiempo De Serpientes: A Meditation on Grief, Dying, and Love

 “Feminisms of the Spanish Speaking Caribbean” (2021) Philosophy Compass. Vol 16 (10).

Stylized Resistance: Boomerang Perception and Latinas in the Twentieth Century” (2021) in Theories in the Flesh Latinx and Latin American Feminisms, Transformation, and Resistance. Ed. Andrea J. Pitts, Mariana Ortega, and Jose Medina. Oxford University Press.

Dr. Richard Taylor, Professor

traduction de Gwenaëlle Aubry

Reading Proclus and the Book of Causes, Volume 2: Translations and Acculturations,
Edited by Dragos Calma; Chapter 10 Richard Taylor Contextualizing the Kalām fī maḥḍ al-khair / Liber de causis.

"Contextualizing the Kalām fī maḥḍ al-khair / Liber de causis,” in D. Calma (ed.), Reading Proclus and the Book of Causes (5th-16th Centuries), vol. 2: Translations and Acculturations, Brill, Leiden & Boston, 2021, pp. 211-232.

Dr. Anthony F. Peressini, Professor
Against the philosophical project of “biologizing” raceMetaphilosophy (2021)


Dr. Javiera Perez Gomez, Associate Professor

“Verbal Microaggressions as Hyper-implicatures.”

"Should Biomedical Research with Great Apes Be Restricted? A Systematic Review of Reasons." (With Bernardo Aguilera and David DeGrazia.)


Dr. Pol Vandevelde, Professor
Donald J. Schuenke Chair in Philosophy, Philosophy

“The Scaffolding Role of a Natural Language in the Formation of Thought: Edmund Husserl’s Contribution,” in Language and Phenomenology, ed. Chad Engelland. London: Routledge, 2021, 194-211. 

“Between Appropriation and Transmission: The Romantic Thread in Heidegger’s Existential Notion of Understanding,” in The Palgrave Handbook of German Romantic Philosophy, ed. Elizabeth Millán. London: Palgrave McMillan, 2020, 607-630.


Dr. Corrine Bloch-Mullins, Associate Professor
Bloch-Mullins, C. L. (2020). Scientific Concepts as Forward-Looking: How Taxonomic Structure Facilitates Conceptual Development, Journal of the Philosophy of History14(2), 205-231.