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Roy Elveton

Roy Elveton

  • Maxine H. and Winston R. Wallin Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Science, Emeritus, Philosophy

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Philosophy

St. Olaf College, B.A.; Northwestern University, Ph.D.

Roy Elveton is Maxine H. and Winston R. Wallin Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Science at Carleton College. He has published 'The Phenomenology of Husserl' (Noesis Press) and edited 'Educating for Participatory Democracy: Paradoxes in Globalizing Logic' (Hampton Press). Most recently, he is the co-editor of 'Sartre's Second Century', published by Cambridge Scholars Press. He is also the the author of numerous articles on Husserl, phenomenology, phenomenology of language, Nietzsche and cognitive science and has contributed to international conferences in Canada, England, Scotland, Italy, Peru and Guatemala.

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