David Sanson

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I am an associate professor of philosophy at Illinois State University. I have published work on time and change [1,2], essence and modality [3], nonexistents and fictional characters [4,5], and the history of the Liar paradox in the Islamic tradition [6,7]. I regularly teach our symbolic logic course here at ISU, along with courses on metaphysics and epistemology, Islamic philosophy, medieval philosophy, and the philosophy of language.

I should spend more time collecting wild mushrooms and messing about in boats.

341 Stevenson Hall
Department of Philosophy (4540)
Illinois State University
Normal, IL 61790