Section 1425 of PHIL3
Critical Thinking -- : Aug 18 - Dec 10 2021
This course will meet in person once a week, at the time and campus location listed. There will be an additional hour of course content delivered asynchronously online.
Dr. Crowell completed an M.A. (1964) and a Ph.D.(1967) in Philosophy at the University of Washington. He has a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California, at Santa Barabara (1962). He has taught classes at Santa Rosa Junior College since 1988. Before moving to Sonoma County, he was Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Nevada Reno (1972-73) and Assistant Professor at Washington State University (1966-72). He has taught philosophy courses at Sonoma State University, Truckee Meadows Community College and at the Universtiy of Washington
His interests include Aristotle, Wittgenstein, Moral Philosophy, and recent analytic trends. Ted is a member of the North American Wittgenstein Society (See link below)
Spring 2016 sections are listed below
"Bouwsma, Religious Language and Its Limits" Pacific Division, American Philosophical Association, April 2012.
"Causal Explanation and Human Action" Mind, 1978
"Hare on Desire and Moral Reasoning" Theoria, 1974
"Art in Nevada" Published by State of Nevada Magazine 1985
"Economic Development for Nevada" State of Nevada Magazine 1986
"JTPA Title III Programs for Nevada" Published by Nevada State Employment Security, 1986
Editor, "Your Competitive Edge" Economic Newsletter Published by Nevada State Employment Security, 1985-87