Michael Bradie

Professor of Philosophy 
Department of Philosophy
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403

Office: 313 Shatzel Hall

Office Phone: (419) 372-8372

email: mbradie@bgsu.edu

Since coming to Bowling Green in 1968, Professor Bradie has taught courses in a wide range of areas. His primary interests are in the philosophy of science, epistemology, and logic. He has been involved in developing interdisciplinary courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the philosophy of biology and the philosophy of physics.

Professor Bradie has published numerous articles on the philosophy of science and epistemology. His recent publications include "Assessing Evolutionary Epistemology," "Darwin and the Moral Status of Animals," "What Does Evolutionary Biology Tell Us About Philosophy and Religion," and "Models, Rhetoric, and Science." A book on evolution and ethics, The Secret Chain: Evolution and Ethics, was published by SUNY Press in 1995. Most recently, he was the guest editor of Biology and Philosophy for an issue honoring Richard Lewontin.

In addition to his professional roles at Bowling Green, Professor Bradie has been a Visiting Scholar at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard(1984), Visiting Scholar in the History and Philosophy of Science Department, Indiana University (1986), and a Visiting Fellow at the Center for the Philosophy of Science at theUniversity of Pittsburgh (1992-93).

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Professor Bradie's Curriculum Vitae

Professor Bradie's Research and Teaching Interests