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James Lee

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Visiting Assistant Professor

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212D Marano Campus Center
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James Lee is primarily interested in philosophical methodology and its applications to the teaching of philosophy. He also has research interests in metaphysics, epistemology, and philosophy of religion.


  • "Teaching Component Skills in Philosophy." Teaching Philosophy (forthcoming). 
  • "The Pragmatics of Metaphysical Explanation." Argumenta (forthcoming). 
  • "Socratic Dialogue Outside of the Classroom. Teaching Philosophy 41:1 (2018): 45-63.
  • "His Ways (of Being) Are Not Our Ways" (2014) Best Graduate Paper, Society of Christian Philosophers, Eastern Regional Meeting, Niagara University.


  • Ph.D., Syracuse University
  • M.A., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee