Jason L. Megill
I finished my Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Virginia in December 2008. For the 2008-2009 academic year, I taught at the University of Colorado-Boulder. During 2009-2010, I taught at Old Dominion University.
My areas of specialization are philosophy of mind, early modern philosophy and philosophy of religion. I am also interested in metaphysics and formal logic.
2009. (with Josh Mitchell). “A Modest Modal Ontological Argument.” Ratio 22.3: 338-349.
2007. “Naturalism, Physicalism and Epiphenomenalism.” Philosophical Psychology 20.6: 681-686.
2005. “Locke’s Mysterianism: On the Unsolvability of the Mind-Body Problem.” Locke Studies 5: 119-148.
2005. (with Jon Cogburn). “Easy’s Getting Harder All the Time: The Computational Theory of Mind and Affective States.” Ratio 17.3: 306-316.
A complete CV can found here.
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