Philosophy Department

Faculty


Clarence Sholé Johnson
Professor

Clarence Sholé Johnson earned his doctorate from McGill University in Canada, concentrating in Early Modern Philosophy and specializing in the philosophy of David Hume. In addition to his research and teaching in Modern Philosophy, Johnson works in the areas of Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy and Africana Philosophy. Johnson is author of Cornel West and Philosophy (Routledge, 2002), and has also published articles in a variety of major scholarly journals such as The Journal of Social Philosophy, Social Philosophy Today, The Journal of Philosophical Research, DIALOGUE: Canadian Philosophical Review, Metaphilosophy, The Southern Journal of Philosophy, The Southwest Philosophy Review and The Journal of Thought, to name a few. He has also contributed chapters to a number of books as well as entries in a forthcoming Encyclopedia of African Religions and Philosophy (ed.) V. Y. Mudimbe (Kluwer Academic Publishing).

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