Reporting Professional Activities


Reynolda Campus



I.          Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.         Papers and Presentations

III.       Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.       External Grants Received


I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits  (Please refer to Parts F, G and H of the individual forms.  If an individual has written, let us say, a book, an article, and performed at Carnegie Hall, then list the information in the order given on the form he/she submitted--book, then article, then performance.  Repeat as appropriate with the next faculty member, arranging the names in alphabetical order.)


Cross, Andrew


Fear and Trembling’s Unorthodox Ideal,” Philosophical Studies, Vol. 27, no. 2, Fall 1999


Lotter, Dorothea


Antipsychologismus beim frühen Frege und bei Kant,“ (in German) [Antipsychologism in the Early Frege and in Kant] in V.Gerhardt, R.-P. Horstmann, R. Schumacher (eds.), Proceedings of the IXth International Kant-Congress, Berlin: De Gruyter 2001


II.   Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings (Part I from each faculty member's report)


Brandon, Eric


Paper:  Munism and the Unification of Civil and Ecclesiastical Authority in Levinthen  Midwest Seminar in the History of Early Modern Philosophy, October, 2001


Chaired a session in political philosophy at the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Meeting, March, 2002.


Kennedy, Ralph


Paper:  (with Michaelis Michael) “To Be is To Be Possibly Otherwise” at Davidson College and at Wake Forest University.


Lee, Win-chiat


Paper: “Shotgun Community: Political Obligations as Associative Obligations,   North Carolina Philosophical Society/South Carolina Society of Philosophy Joint Meeting, Charleston, SC, February 8, 2002.


Workshop: “Shotgun Community: Political Obligations as Associative Obligations,” conducted for the Hong Kong Ethics Group, April 6, 2002.


Lotter, Dorothea

North Carolina & South Carolina Philosophy Society, Annual Meeting, Charleston (SC): “Frege and Leibniz on Analyticity”, February 2002

2d Principia International Symposium (Florianópolis, Brazil), dedicated to the Works of Bertrand Russell: "Rationalism and the A Priori in Early Analytical Philosophy", August 2001

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies  (Parts L, M, and N in that order)


Hester, Marcus


Lee, Win-chiat


Wadsworth  (publisher), 12 hours, for the Seventh Edition of Joel Feinberg and Jules Coleman., eds., Philosophy of Law.


IV.  External Grants Received  (See Part J of the faculty member's form.  Include in this summary only requests which have actually been funded.)


Hester, Marcus


Attended Chapel Hill Colloquium in Philosophy, October, 2001.