Teresa Britton, Professor of Philosophy
Office: 3526 - Coleman Hall
Professor Britton specializes in epistemology and metaphysics.
Frequently Taught Courses
PHI 1900G Logic and Critical Thinking
PHI 3780 Philosophy of Science
PHI 3729 Theory of Knowledge
B.A. in Philosophy from Miami University (Ohio)
PhD in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Graduate Exchange Fellow at the University of Warwick (England).
Member of the American Philosophical Association, the Illinois Philosophcial Association and the Society for Applied Philosophy.
Book Reviews Editor at Philosophy Now Magazine
Certified Logic-Based Therapy Consultant, The National Philosophical Counseling Association
"The Limits of Hylomorphism" (Metaphysica 2012)
"On What We Don't Know " (Epestemologia, issue 1, 2008)
"A Priori Knowledge and the Limits of the Human Mind " (Epistemologia, issue 2, 2006)
"The Problem of Verisimilitude and Counting Partially Identical Properties," (Synthese, July 2004)
Selected Conference Presentations
Professor Britton has presented papers at numerous professional conferences, including the Illinois Philosophical Association and the American Philosophical Association.