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Donald S. Lee

Professor Emeritus


Ph.D. Yale University (1961)
M.A. Tulane University (1958)
B.S. Tulane University (1955)


Academic Interests:

  • Logic
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Pragmatism

Selected Articles:

  • "A Categorial Metaphysics for Pragmatism," Southern Journal of Philosophy 27 (1989), 255-72.
  • "How Epistemology Can Be Systematic," Southwest Philosophy Review 4 (1988) 1-18.
  • "Adequacy in World Hypotheses: Reconstructing Pepper's Criteria," Metaphilosophy 14 (1983), 151-161.
  • "Transparency of the Symbol," Philosophy and Rhetoric 15 (1982), 126-33.
  • "Hartshorne and Pragmatic Metaphysics," The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne L. Hahn ed. (Open Court, 1977) ¬†