CRAIG WARMKE

I am Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Northern Illinois University. I work mainly in metaphysics and philosophical logic and on related issues in the philosophy of language, philosophy of mathematics, early modern philosophy (especially Leibniz), and … bitcoin.

I did my PhD at UNC (2015) with Bob AdamsKeith Simmons, and Thomas Hofweber. Before that, I did an MA in philosophy at Northern Illinois (2008). 

 

 

 

Research

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A SEMANTICS FOR DEONTIC LOGIC

IMPLICATURE IN ONTOLOGICAL DEBATES

ON BITCOIN

 

Teaching


COURSES TAUGHT

Northern Illinois

Undergraduate

101 Introduction to Philosophy (f15, s16)

205 Symbolic Logic (f16, f17, s18, f18, s19)

312 Introduction to Metaphysics (s16)

322 Early Modern (s17)

370 Philosophy of Religion (s19)

Graduate

410/510 Idealism (f18)

421/521 Leibniz (f16)

602 Deontic Logic (s18)

612b Modal Metaphysics (f15, f17)


UNC-Chapel Hill

101 Introduction to Philosophy online (s12)

155 Introduction to Mathematical Logic (sum11, sum12)

 165 Bioethics, online (s14, sum14)

311 Early Modern Philosophy (f11)