Theodore M. Drange
Theodore Drange, a frequent Secular Web contributor, has been teaching philosophy at West Virginia University since 1966 (at the rank of full professor since 1974). Prior to that he taught philosophy at Brooklyn College (1960-62), the University of Oregon (1962-65), and Idaho State University (1965-66).
His teaching specialties are Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Language, and Theory of Knowledge. He has also taught many other subjects, including Logic, Philosophy of Mind, and Philosophy of Science. Two courses which he invented and teaches on occasion are Philosophy of Games and Philosophy of Fundamentalism. The latter course is a critical study of the doctrines of Christian fundamentalism and their philosophical implications.
Among his many publications are two books, one is in the philosophy of language entitled Type Crossings (1966) and the other in the philosophy of religion entitled Nonbelief and Evil: Two Arguments for the Nonexistence of God (1998).
See also Theodore Drange's author page in the Secular Web Library.
None published in the Secular Web Kiosk.