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Greencastle, IN, 46135-0037
The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics
Director of The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics and Associate Professor of Philosophy
Philosophy, Ethics, Morality, Religion, Education, Humanities, Gender, Intellectual property, Journalism ethics, Net neutrality, Information technology, Video Games, Big Data, Online privacy
The title of Andrew Cullison's doctoral dissertation was "Foundational Moral Knowledge," and the issue of how we can know or have justified moral beliefs has been the guiding focus of his scholarship ever since. In addition to research interests in ethics and theory of knowledge (epistemology), Cullison has research interests in philosophy of religion and philosophy of language. He has written more than 15 peer-reviewed publications, including publications in Philosophical Studies, The Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, American Philosophical Quarterly, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Ratio, Faith and Philosophy, Religious Studies, The European Journal of Philosophy, and two Oxford University Press edited volumes. He is editor of the Continuum Companion to Epistemology.
Under Cullison's leadership, The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics has launched multiple new initiatives, including the Prindle Post (prindlepost.org), a blog for ethics in the news.
Cullison also started a software company that makes smartphone apps.