-   HUGH LACEY -

Scheuer Family Professor of Philosophy Emeritus

Senior Research Scholar

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA 19081

hlacey1@swarthmore.edu

 

Education:

University of Melbourne (Australia): B.A. (1962); M.A. (1964); Indiana University: Ph.D. (1966).

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Positions Held:

Swarthmore College, Senior Research Scholar, 2003 - Department of Philosophy: Professor, 1978- 2003; Associate Professor, 1972-78; Instructor, 1965-66.

University of São Paulo (Brazil), Department of Philosophy: Professor Collaborador, 1969-72.

University of Sydney (Australia), Program in History and Philosophy of Science, Faculty of Science: Lecturer, 1966-69.

University of Melbourne (Australia), Department of Mathematics: Senior Tutor, 1963; Tutor, 1962.

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Visiting Appointments:

Universidade de São Paulo (Summer 1973; Fall 1996; Fall 2000; Spring 2004), University of Pennsylvania, Fall 1995; Fall 2002; Fall 2004, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Summer 1977), Bryn Mawr College (Fall 1981), Temple University (Spring 1983), Villanova University (Visiting Professor of Christian Philosophy, Fall 1984), Instituto de Teologia Moral, São Paulo (Spring 1988; Fall 1992), Rosemont College (Fall 1988), Universidad Centroamericana, El Salvador (Summer 1991), Pontifícia Universidade Católica, São Paulo (Fall 1992), University of Melbourne (Visiting Associate, Spring 1996).

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Awards/Honors:

Fulbright Travel Grant, 1963-65; FAPESP (Research Foundation of the State of São Paulo), 1969,1973, 1996, 2000, grants for research, travel and lectures.

US National Science Foundation, grants: “Conceptions of Human Nature and Theoretical Conflict in Psychology,” 1975-76; “Choice: Psychological Theories and their Philosophical Foundations,” 1979-9; “How Value Free Is the Science of Psychology?” 1983-84; "Biotechnology or Agroecology: In the Light of Competing Moral and Social Values," 2000. "The Structure of the Ethical Controversies about Transgenic Crops," 2004.

Small Grant from NSF/American Philosophical Association ("Philosophical Explorations of Science, Technology and Diversity"): "Seeds and their Socio-cultural Locus", 2001.

Dyason Lecturer: Australasian Association for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science, Melbourne (June 1996).

Swarthmore College: Eugene M. Lang Research Professor (1992-96); Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award (1999-2000); Scheuer Family Professor of Humanities (2000-03 Emeritus, 2003 - ).

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Editorial Advisory Boards:

(USA) Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 1977- ; Behavior and Philosophy (previously Behaviorism), 1987- ; Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 1987- ; Journal of Catholic Social Thought 2003 - .

(Brazil) Cadernos da História e Filosofia da Ciência 1977- ; Manuscrito 1978- ; Principia 1996- ; Ethic@ 2002- ; Filosofia UNISINOS, 2002 - ; Scientiae Studia, 2003 - ; Philosophos, 1003 - ; Transformacåo, 2003 - .

(Europe) Épistémologiques 2000- ; Journal of Critical Realism 2002-, Epistéme 2002-.

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