Dr. Peter Boltuc is endowed Schewe Professor of Liberal Arts and Scineces and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Illinois, Springfield; Presidium Member of the University of Illinois Senates Conference (UIUC, UIS, UIC); Editor of the Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers of the American Philosophical Association; Visiting Professor of Online Learning at the Warsaw School of Economics.

Email: pboltu at sgh.waw.pl
Phone: (217) 206-7422
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Dr. Boltuc's Faculty Page
University of Illinois-Springfield
UIS Department of Philosophy

Specialization: Machine Consciousness
CompetencePhilosophy of Mind; Moral and Political Philosophy 
Expertise: e-Education


Education
Ph.D. in Moral and Political Philosophy (June 1998) Bowling Green State University
    Dissertation: Morality and Particularity. Advisor: R. G. Frey.
    Available at Bell & Howell Company, UMI Dissertation Services, Ann Arbor, MI 1998.
Doctor of Philosophy and Sociology (January 1991) Warsaw University, Poland
    Dissertation: The Problem of Subject and Object in English and American Philosophy After Peter Strawson. Advisor: Janusz Kuczynski.

Other Graduate Education
Visiting Graduate Student (January 2001-January 2002) Princeton University
    Advisor: Bas van Fraassen.
Member of Senior Common Room (June - July 1988) St. John's College, Oxford
Master of Philosophy (June 1986) Warsaw University, Poland
    Sub-discipline: Ancient Philosophy (Plato).
    Thesis: Paradox of Openness in Plato's Metaphysics.

Dr. Peter Boltuc is the editor of the APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, a freely accessible scholarly newsletter containing papers, book reviews, and discussions focusing on issues related to the interface between philosophy and computers. Read the latest issue (or view past issues) by going to: http://www.apaonline.org/?computers_newsletter.