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Daniel Coyle

Visiting Assistant Professor of Asian Studies and Philosophy 
Office: Berte Humanities Building 311
Contact info: Box 549050
Birmingham-Southern College 
900 Arkadelphia Rd. 
Birmingham, AL 35254
Office phone: (205)226-7839
Office Fax: (205)226-3089
Email: dcoyle@bsc.edu

My general areas of interest are Chinese philosophy, history of philosophy, existentialism, philosophy of film, metaphysics, ethics, and comparative philosophy and religion in a broadly construed manner. My research interests include Daoist texts, Chinese cosmology and strategic philosophy, and Nietzsche.

Courses taught: Ethical Choice, Introduction to Philosophy, Human Destiny, Logic, Eastern Philosophy, Confucianism and Daoism, Philosophies of Film, Chinese Strategic Philosophy, World Religions, Mysticism, Chinese Philosophy, Philosophies of Film, Introduction to Chinese Culture.

Steven Hendley

Professor of Philosophy
Office: Berte Humanities Building 322
Contact info: Box 549013 
Birmingham-Southern College 
900 Arkadelphia Rd. 
Birmingham, AL 35254
Office phone: (205)226-4793
Office Fax: (205)226-3089
Email: shendley@bsc.edu

Courses taught: Introduction to Philosophy; Darwinism and Philosophy; Contemporary Philosophy; Ethical Theory; Existentialism; Socialism; Topics in Metaphysics and Epistemology; Free Will and Determinism; Postmodernism and Philosophy

 

 

William T. Myers

Professor of Philosophy
Chair, Department of Philosophy
Office: Berte Humanities Center 222
Contact info: Box 549013
Birmingham-Southern College 
900 Arkadelphia Rd. 
Birmingham, AL 35254
Office phone: (205)226-4868
Office Fax: (205)226-3089
Email: bmyers@bsc.edu

My general interests are American Philosophy, American pragmatism, the history of philosophy, philosophy of religion, and ethics. My research interests include Alfred North Whitehead, John Dewey, process metaphysics, and pragmatism.

Courses taught: Ethical Choice; Introduction to Philosophy; Logic; History of Western Philosophy II; Topics in American Philosophy; Environmental Ethics; Topics in Philosophy of Religion; Ethics and Managerial Choice; Perspectives on Management.