Daniel H. Cohen
Professor of Philosophy
4553 Mayflower Hill
Waterville, Maine 04901-8845
Areas of Expertise
- Argumentation theory
- Philosophy of language
- Philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein
Courses Currently Teaching
|IS145 A||Infinity, Mysticism, and Paradox|
|PL151 A||Logic and Argumentation|
|PL253 A||Skepticism East and West|
|PL277 A||Reuman Reading Group|
|PL317 A||Philosophy of Science|
|PL401 A||Philosophy Colloquium I|
|PL402 A||Philosophy Colloquium II|
Other Courses Taught
|PL112||Puzzles & Paradoxes|
|PL253||Skepticism East & West|
|PL338||Philosophy of Language|
"Argument is War.. and War is Hell"
"Arguing with God"
"Putnam, Truth, and Logic"
"Informal Logic and the Surprise Exam"
"Now THAT was a Good Argument"
"Gods, Gadflies, and Bulldog Tenacity"
Arguments and Metaphors in Philosophy, 2004
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