"The thing that really stands out about the education department is how knowledgeable and focused the professors are."
Trained in the Taoist internal arts of T’ai Chi Ch’uan, meditation, and Nei Kung
Professor Marlowe received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Riverside. He wrote his dissertation on “The Problem of Freedom,” investigating two-standpoint style arguments as a means of preventing a notion of ourselves as agents from disappearing into the event-causal flow, and exploring issues of reflective evaluation, identity, and moral realism. Dr. Marlowe received his M.A. from New York University, where he wrote his thesis on the Mind-Body Problem.
Flagler College Faculty Senate, Executive Committee since 2008
Flagler College Philosophy Club Faculty Advisor since 2006
Flagler College Faculty Member of the Year, 2007
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