Amy D. Karofsky
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Heger Hall 212
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Degrees: PHD, 1997, Univ Virginia; MA, 1992, Univ Virginia; AB, 1990, Univ Pennsylvania
(History of Philosophy, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion). BA, 1990, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., 1997, University of Virginia.
Amy Karofsky, Associate Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., University of Virginia. Her areas of expertise include: History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy; Historical Metaphysics; Philosophy of Religion. She is also interested in the Metaphysics of Modality. Publications include: "The Primitiveness of Leibnizian Alethic Modalities," History of Philosophy Quarterly; "Suárez' Doctrine of Eternal Truths," Journal of the History of Philosophy; "Suárez' Influence on Descartes' Theory of Eternal Truths," Medieval Philosophy and Theology; "Descartes is not a Conceptualist," Areté; "God, Modalities and Conceptualism," Philosophy and Theology. She is currently working on a book defending the doctrine of Necessitarianism.