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Dr. Todd Furman

Dr. Todd Furman

Todd M. Furman, PhD
Todd Furman, PhD
tfurman@mcneese.edu
Office: 210-B Kaufman Hall
Phone: 337-475-5161

Research Interests
  • Epistemology (Hume, the Gettier Problem, Skepticism)
  • Philosophy of Religion (Problem of Evil, Problem of Foreknowledge)
  • Applied Ethics
  • Critical Thinking

Education PhD - Philosophy
University of California, Santa Barbara (1992)

MA - Philosophy
University of California, Santa Barbara (1990)

BA - Philosophy
California State University, Chico (1986)

Dissertation Living in the Gettier Fallout

Recent Publications Furman, Todd. Critical Thinking and Logic: A Philosophical Workbook. Gegensatz Press, 2011.

Furman, Todd and Hartmann, Bill. "Beguiling Would-Be Serpents: Gerald Dworkin, Bear Stearns, & The Sarbanes-Oxley Act", Business & Professional Ethics Journal (forthcoming).

Furman, Todd and Hartmann, Bill. "Gerald Dworkin and the Permissibility of Pro-Active Law Enforcement Techniques", Review Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 66-79.

Furman, Todd and Hartmann, Bill. "Gerald Dworkin and the Permissibility of Pro-Active Law Enforcement Techniques", Review Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming).

Furman, Todd Michael. "Making Sense of the Truth Table for Conditional Statements", Teaching Philosophy, 31(2), pp. 179-184

Furman, Todd "In Praise of Hume: What's Right about Hume's Attack on Natural Theology" In Defense of Natural Theology: A Post-Humean Reassessment (ed. Sennet, James and Groothius, Douglas) InterVarsity Press, 2005.

Furman, Todd Michael and Avila, Mitch, (Eds.) The Canon and Its Critics: A Multi-Perspective Introduction to Philosophy (2nd Edition). McGraw-Hill, 2004

Furman, Todd Michael. "Introducing Affirmative Action by Stealth." Teaching Philosophy, 21, pp. 131-151.

Moore, Kathleen (with Todd Furman) Inductive Arguments. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 1994