"The faculty here want to be here. We have respect for one another and our students. We are committed to interdisciplinary studies and the liberal arts."
Dr. Simpson’s research focuses on contemporary philosophy and theology, and the intersections between science, philosophy, and religion. He teaches courses on the history of philosophy, world religions, issues in contemporary philosophy and religion, and interdisciplinary issues. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard with the “Evolution and Theology of Cooperation” project. His dissertation centered on “Life as Art,” investigating the possibilities for living one’s life according to the essence of artworks.
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