Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Emory University, M.A., Ph.D.
Mercer University, B.A., B.S.
Professor Honeycutt’s research interests are in moral and political philosophy, philosophy and literature, the history of philosophy and the history of political thought. Current projects include essays on Plato, Rousseau and Machiavelli.
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
Columbia University, M.Phil., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, A.B.
Professor Scow's research interests are in semantics of natural language and the philosophy of language. He is working on a paper for publication entitled "Mutual Understanding," which is an attempt to make sense of the semantics of two speakers understanding each other's utterances using a Davidsonian theory of meaning and modern ways out of the liar paradox. He has also been commenting on "Reuniting Singular Terms" and "Against Reference," both papers by Professor John Justice of RMWC.