Janice Moulton


 
 

Department of Philosophy
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063
Internet: JMOULTON@SMITH.EDU
Office: (413) 585 3642
Home: (413) 584 7597

  • Education
  • Professional Experience
  • --Academic Positions
  • --Administrative Positions
  • Books
  • Published Papers
  • Presented Papers
  • Commentaries
  • Editorial Work
  • Awards and Grants
  • Teaching Experience
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    EDUCATION

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Academic Positions

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    Administrative Positions

    National Organizations: Conference Organizer:
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    BOOKS

  • Scaling the Dragon Adventures in China that challenge contract theory, the public-private distinction in political theory, the nature of rights, obligations and promise-keeping, the social value of private property, the relationship of truth and meaning, and the real basis for philosophical skepticism (with G. M. Robinson, Psychology Department, Smith College.
    Cross Cultural Publications, 1994. paperback . 250+ pp.
    Back Cover Text.   
    Preface


  • Guidebook for Publishing Philosophy. Provides information about journal publishing, book publishing and presenting papers. The first and second editions have gone into second and third printings. This is the only independently authored publication that the American Philosophical Association has undertaken.

  • American Philosophical Association, Newark, Delaware. First Edition, 1975; Second Edition, 1977; Third Edition, (with Marcia Yudkin) 1987.
     
  • The Organization of Language An original research monograph that presents a new theory of syntax, syntax learning, and the relationship of language and meaning. This new theory is compared to other linguistic theories, related to philo sophical issues about innate ideas, philosophy of science and the purpose of models, and applied to data on language and language learning (with G. M. Robinson)

  • Cambridge University Press, 1981.

    Ethical Problems in Higher Education An introduction to the variety and depth of ethical issues faced by students, faculty and staff in higher education. Topics include abuses of power, conflict of interest, evaluation, bias, censorship, sexual harassment, research fraud, values in research and teaching. (with G. M. Robinson)


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    PUBLISHED PAPERS

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    EDITORIAL WORK

    Editorial Board

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    AWARDS AND GRANTS

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    TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    Linguistics Cognitive Science Ethics
    Evaluating Claims of the Paranormal Metaphysics History of Philosophy
    Philosophy of Feminism Philosophy of Mind Introductory Philosophy
    Philosophy of Language Symbolic Logic Free Will and Determinism
    Semantics Introductory Logic Philosophy of Science