Marshall Abrams.

Associate Professor
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Humanities Building 418
(205) 996-7483

Research and Teaching Interests:  Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Biology, Philosophy of Social Science, Philosophy of Probability, Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Mind, Metaphysics, Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Modern Philosophy, Symbolic Logic

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Visiting Assistant Professor
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Humanities Building 416
(205) 934-4083

Research and Teaching Interests: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Neuroscience, Bioethics, Neuroethics, Feminist Epistemology

Matt King

Assistant Professor
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Humanities Building 423
(205) 934-8771

Research and Teaching Interests:  Ethics, Free Will and Responsibility, and Philosophy of Law

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Associate Professor
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Humanities Building 425
(205) 934-8920

Research and Teaching Interests:  Ethical Theory, Bioethics, Free Will/Moral Responsibility, and Theory of Knowledge

Kevin McCain.

Associate Professor
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Humanities Building 417
(205) 934-8907

Research and Teaching Interests:  Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science

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Visiting Assistant Professor
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Research and Teaching Interests: Ethics, Philosophy of Language, History of Philosophy

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Professor; Director, Early Medical Student Acceptance Program
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Humanities Building 420
(205) 934-4805

Research and Teaching Interests:  Bioethics, especially Cloning and Assisted Reproduction; emerging issues in Bioethics, such as Neuroethics, Enhancement, Ebola, and the Affordable Care Act

David SchwebelAssociate Dean for Research, University Professor of Psychology;
Interim Chair
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Heritage Hall 560F
(205) 934-8745

David C. Schwebel is a clinical psychologist whose research focuses on understanding and preventing unintentional injury in children, adolescents, and young adults. He will be serving as interim chair while the department conducts a national search.

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Brynn Welch

Assistant Professor
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Humanities Building 419
(205) 934-8919

Research and Teaching Interests: Applied Ethics, Social/Political Philosophy

Associate ProfessorMaryWhall
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Humanities Building 407 D
(205) 934-4805

Research and Teaching Interests: History of Philosophy (especially ancient Greek philosophy), Kant and German Idealism, and Existentialism