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Dr. Kelvin McQueen

Assistant Professor
Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Department of Philosophy
Office Location: Smith Hall 213
Office Hours: TR 12:30-1:30, and by appt.
Phone: (714) 516-7103
Scholarly Works:
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Biography

Kelvin McQueen (Ph.D. Australian National University, M.A. University of Otago) is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and an Affiliate Faculty of the Institute for Quantum Studies. His primary research interests are the philosophy of science (especially quantum physics), philosophy of mind, and metaphysics. His recent articles include "Tests for Intrinsicness Tested," (Philosophical Studies 2016); "Four Tails Problems for Dynamical Collapse Theories," (Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 2015); and "Mass Additivity and A Priori Entailment," (Synthese 2015). Dr. McQueen teaches courses on philosophy of science, philosophy of quantum physics, philosophy of mind, metaphysics, logic, and the history of 20th century analytic philosophy.