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Lee C. Archie
Department of History and Philosophy
Lander University
Greenwood, SC 29646
Email: larchie@philosophy.lander.edu
Telephone: 864.396.8272
Web: http://philosophy.lander.edu/
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Work Experience

1978—present

History & Philosophy
Lander University
Greenwood, South Carolina

Professor of Philosophy

Courses Taught: Introduction to Philosophy, Logic, Scientific Reasoning, Ethics, Existentialism, Oriental Philosophy, Seminar, DIS, and Humanities Publications and reviews
1969—1978

Department of Philosophy
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas



Courses Taught: Reflective Thinking, Logic, Introduction to Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, Western Civilization, and Contemporary Moral Issues

Teaching Assistantship 1970—1977 President of Graduate Hall
Publications and reviews
Lecturer 1977—1978 Series of Papers in Philosophy, 1974—1977
1967—1969

Chemical Specialist, U.S. Army
Department of Nuclear Medicine
Walter Reed Institute of Research
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Washington, D. C.

Designed, performed, and published experiments  in neutron activation analysis, atomic absorption spectrophotometry, and analytical methods in national scientific journals

Atomic Support Agency’s Nuclear Emergency Team Course For the Disarmament of Nuclear Weapons, Sandia Base, NM

National Nuclear Emergency Team 1968—1969

1965—1966
Milchem Corporation
Houston, Texas
Worked as laboratory chemist using electrophoresis, column chromatography, and chemical methods

Education

Ph..D. (Philosophy) 1977
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Dissertation: Hume, Kant, and the Contemporary Analyses of Causation. The classical theories of causality are used to explicate the contemporary causal analyses in the physical sciences.
M.A. (Philosophy) 1973
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Thesis: The Philosophical Argument in Berkeley’s Essay. The reasons for the still influential analysis of vision are analyzed.
Post-Baccalaureate Course Work University of Houston, Houston, Texas
American University, Washington, DC
University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
B.A. (Chemistry) 1967
Austin College
Sherman, Texas
President Chemistry Club, Student Assistant to Dean of Men, Residence Advisor, Student Counselor, Student Senate, Newspaper Column

 

 
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