Dr. Daniel Brunson

Title: 
Lecturer
Office Location: 
Holmes Hall 118
Phone: 
(443) 885-4446
Email: 
daniel.brunson@morgan.edu
Website: 
https://morgan.academia.edu/DanielBrunson
Education:

2010 Ph.D. Philosophy, with Ph.D. Minor in Science, Technology, and Society
The Pennsylvania State University
2002 B.A. Philosophy, with minors in Anthropology & Psychology
Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Education:

2010 Ph.D. Philosophy, with Ph.D. Minor in Science, Technology, and Society
The Pennsylvania State University
2002 B.A. Philosophy, with minors in Anthropology & Psychology
Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

Dr. Brunson came to Morgan State as a Lecturer in 2010.

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RESEARCH INTERESTS
Dr. Brunson's research involves applying and updating classically informed pragmatism, especially rooted in the work of Charles Peirce and Josiah Royce, to issues in contemporary social epistemology. Particular topics of interest include cognitive neuroscience, disability, emotions, history, risk, and technology.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS
2016 "Fluency, Satisfaction, Truth: Reassessing James in light of some contemporary psychology." Contemporary Pragmatism 13.1: 29-47.
2016 "Insuring an Indefinite Future: Sustainability as a Consequence of Royce's Moral Vision." Editor's Selection. The Pluralist 11.1: 117-125.
2016 "Review of America the Philosophical." Contemporary Pragmatism 13.3: 341-344.
2016 "Book Review Essay Thinking through the Imagination: Aesthetics in Human Cognition." The Pluralist 11.2: 111-117.

COURSES TAUGHT AT MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Nineteenth Century Philosophy
Early Modern Philosophy
Critical Thinking/Introduction to Formal and Informal Reasoning
Writing Philosophical Arguments
Ethics and Values
Introduction to Logic/Introduction to Critical Thinking
Intermediate Latin II
Intermediate Latin I
Elementary Latin II
Elementary Latin I

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Philosophical Association
Charles S. Peirce Society
Josiah Royce Society
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy
Society for U.S. Intellectual History