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Philosophy educator

Robert Charles Koons, American philosophy educator. Named Claude R. Lambe fellow, Institute Humane Studies, 1986; recipient Gustave O. Arlt prize in humanities Council Graduate Schools, 1992; Richard Weaver fellow Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 1985, Danforth fellow, Danforth Foundation, 1979, Marshall scholar, 1979.

Background

Koons, Robert Charles was born on February 22, 1957 in St. Paul. Son of Charles Bruce and Margaret Constance (Suter) Koons.

Education

Bachelor in Philosophy, Michigan State University, 1979. Master of Arts in Philosophy and Theology, Oxford University, England, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1987.

Career

Assistant professor philosophy University Texas, Austin, 1987-1993, associate professor, 1993-2000, professor, since 2000. Senior fellow Texas Public Policy Foundation, Discovery Institute.

Works

Membership

Faculty affiliate Christian Leadership Ministries, Dallas, 1987. Member American Philosophical Association, Association Sybolic Logic, Society Christian Philosophers.

Connections

Married Deborah Leslie Good, December 29, 1979. Children: Emily Alexandra, Elizabeth Ariel, Benjamin Robert.

father:
Charles Bruce Koons

mother:
Margaret Constance (Suter) Koons

spouse:
Deborah Leslie Good

children:
Emily Alexandra Koons

Elizabeth Ariel Koons

Benjamin Robert Koons