Daniel Propson

Daniel Propson 

Daniel Propson
Assistant Professor of Practice
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BA, English, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
PhD, Philosophy, Wayne State University (Detroit, MI)

Research Areas
Ancient Philosophy, Plato, Bioethics, Ethics of Engineering

Teaching Competencies
History of Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Logic, Political Philosophy

2013. “Grasping at Normativity: Epistemic Justification in Hume’s Treatise,” History of Philosophy Quarterly 30(3): 215-232

2012. “‘You Ain’t a Person, and We’ll Keep It That Way’: A Reply to Berkich,” Dialogue 51 (4): 563-73

“Middle Virtue: Accurate Poetry in Republic X”, colloquium paper, APA Eastern Division meeting. January 4, 2017.

“Forget Anamnesis,” Society for Ancient Philosophy Session at the APA Central Division Meeting. February 22, 2013.

“Autonomy, Virtue Consequentialism, and Human Rights,” at George Mason University Conference “Philosophy and the Science of Happiness”. April 14, 2012

Courses Taught
Ethics of Science and Engineering
Philosophy of Religion
Ancient Greek Philosophy
Introduction to Ethics
Critical Thinking
Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Issues
Applied Ethics