Faculty and Staff
...is interested primarily in ancient philosophy.
He is the co-author of numerous articles on Socrates and Plato, as well as five books: Socratic Moral Psychology, (Cambridge University Press), The Trial and Execution of Socrates: Sources and Controversies (Oxford University Press), Socrates on Trial (Oxford University Press and Princeton University Press) Plato's Socrates (Oxford University Press), and The Philosophy of Socrates (Westview Press). His areas of interest also include philosophy of mind and philosophy of law.
...has published articles on C.S. Peirce, Hume, Berkeley, and Descartes. She is also a contributor to Pragmatism: An Annotated Bibliography 1898-1940.
Her areas of interest include American philosophy, modern philosophy, epistemology, and metaphysics. Homepage: http://friedman-l.web.lynchburg.edu/
...joined the Lynchburg College faculty in 2005.
Dr. Kicklighter holds a doctorate in medical humanities from the University of Texas and a master of theological studies from Emory University.
Her professional and research interests include religious ethics, religion and medicine, and religion and democracy. She is on the faculty in the philosophy and religious studies programs.
...areas of specialization include biomedical ethics, business ethics, existentialism, and aesthetics. Dr. Martin is the Department Chair.
...has taught courses in philosophy and religious studies at Lynchburg College since 2004.
His areas of interest include political philosophy, philosophy of religion, and intellectual history. He is especially interested in interdisciplinary studies, particularly in those places where philosophy intersects with religion, theology, and the social sciences.
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