Dale Tuggy

Dr. Dale Tuggy
Professor of Philosophy
Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Minor in Religious Studies
SUNY Fredonia
Ph.D. Brown University

Office: Fenton 2102 (Office Hours)
Office Phone: 4892
E-Mail: Use this formula: Firstname.Lastname@fredonia.edu

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Dale Tuggy

Research Interests
Philosophical Theology, Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, History of Philosophy, World Religions.

Recent Publications
"Divine deception and monotheism: a reply to Hasker", Religious Studies 47, 109-15, 2011.

"On Positive Mysterianism", International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 69:3, 205-26, 2011.

"Trinity", Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2009.

"Three Roads to Open Theism", Faith and Philosophy, 24:1, 28-51.

Current Work
the rationality of belief in "mysteries", agent causation theories of free will, trinitarian theories, analysis of monotheism

Recent Courses
Eastern Thought, World Religions, Divinity and Humanity, Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Religion, The Age of Reason and its Legacy, Metaphysics, Medieval Thought, Philosophical Inquiry, Critical Thinking

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