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educator , Philosopher

David Lee Clemenson, American philosopher, educator. Achievements include research in new paradox of modal logic that provides the resources for a formally rigorous derivation of Berkeley's "master argument" for idealism. Graduate fellow, National Science Foundation, 1980-1984, Harvard University, 1984-1986, research grantee, Aquinas Foundation, 2001. Member of American Philosophical Association.

Background

Clemenson, David Lee was born on February 18, 1957 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of Gale Lamont Clemenson and Carolyn Sue Gervasio.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Portland State University, 1980. Master of Science in Physics, University Wisconsin, 1982. Master of Arts in History of Science, University Wisconsin, 1984.

Doctor of Philosophy in History of Science, Harvard University, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy, Rice University, 2001.

Career

Instructor Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991—1992. Tutor St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, 1992—1994. Adjunct University Houston, 1997, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical, Galveston, 1998.

Assistant professor philosophy University St. Thomas, St. Paul, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in new paradox of modal logic that provides the resources for a formally rigorous derivation of Berkeley's "master argument" for idealism.

Membership

Member of American Philosophical Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, hiking.

Connections

Married Donna Carol Franklin, September 4, 1999.

father:
Gale Lamont Clemenson

mother:
Carolyn Sue Gervasio

spouse:
Donna Carol Franklin