Faculty Mentors

Professor Andrew Egan has taught courses in philosophy of language, ethics, metaethics, philosophy of mind, and metaphysics. He is especially interested in issues in the philosophy of language on the fuzzy border between philosophy and linguistics, and in the relation between language and thought. He grew up in Wisconsin, and got his degrees from the University of Wisconsin, University of Colorado, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before coming to Rutgers he held positions at the Australian National University and the University of Michigan.




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