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educator , Philosopher

Keith Alan Coleman, American philosopher, educator. Templin fellowship, University Kansas philosophy department, 1990. Active Human Rights Campaign, Washington, 2005—2009; Member of Topeka Daylily Club, Kansas Herpetological Society.

Background

Coleman, Keith Alan was born on July 10, 1957 in Topeka. Son of Donald Shirley Coleman and Mary Ellen Blankenhagen.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Washburn University Topeka, 1981. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Washburn University Topeka, 1984. Master of Arts in Philosophy, University Kansas, 1990.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Kansas, 2008.

Career

Logic tutor Washburn University Topeka, 1977—1980. Graduate teaching assistant University Kansas, Lawrence, 1987—2002, instructor, grader, Office Continuing Education, 1994—2005, lecturer, 2006—2007, logic supervisor, 2006—2007. Philosophy instructor Avila College, Kansas City, Missouri, 2001.

Part-time naturalist Prairie Park Nature Center, Lawrence, 2005—2008. Replacement philosphy instructor Washburn University Topeka, 2007. Adjunct professor Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, since 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: (textbook) Study Guide to Accompany The Power of Logic. Author: Study Guide to Accompany The Power of Logic, secretary edition. Co-author: Introduction to Logic.

      Producer(audio recordist): The Calls of Kansas Frogs and Toads. Author: (dissertation) The Logical Problem of Identity. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Active Human Rights Campaign, Washington, 2005—2009. Member of Topeka Daylily Club, Kansas Herpetological Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, history.

Connections

father:
Donald Shirley Coleman

mother:
Mary Ellen Blankenhagen