Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers, 1860-1960


Alphabetical listing of Presidents

The American Philosophical Association, 1901–2000

Edited by

Richard T. Hull, Ph.D.
State University of New York at Buffalo

Biographies of the Presidents are included in each volume of
Presidential Addresses of the American Philosophical Association,
v. 1 (1901-1910); v.2 (1911-1920); v.3 (1921-1930); v.4 (1931-1940); v.5 (1941-1950)
Ed. Richard T. Hull (Kluwer, 1999-2001; now published by Prometheus Books)




1900–1901 (First Year of Western Philosophical Association)

Frank Thilly (1865–1934), University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri (Western). 

 

1901–1902 (First Year of American Philosophical Association)

Frank Thilly (1865–1934), University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri (Second Term; see 1900–1901) (Western).

James Edwin Creighton (1861–1924), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (American).

 

1902–1903

Alexander Thomas Ormond (1874–1915), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (American).

Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1867–1940), Columbia University, New York, New York (Western). 

 

1903–1904

Josiah Royce (1855–1916), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (American).

George Thomas White Patrick (1857–1949), University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (Western).

 

1904–1905

George Trumbull Ladd (1842–1921), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (American).

Albert Ross Hill (1869–1943), University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri (Western).


1905–1906

John Dewey (1859–1952), Columbia University, New York, New York (American).

James Hayden Tufts (1862–1942), The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

 

1906–1907

William James (1842–1910), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (American).

Walter Bowers Pillsbury (1872–1960), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

 

1907–1908

Harry Norman Gardiner (1855–1927), Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts (American).

Frank Chapman Sharp (1866–1943), The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

 

1908–1909

Hugo Mόnsterberg (1863–1916), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (American).

Arthur Oncken Lovejoy (1873–1962), The University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri (Western).

 

1909–1910

John Grier Hibben (1861–1933), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (American).

Carl Emil Seashore (1866–1949), University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (Western).

 

1910–1911

Charles Montague Bakewell (1867–1957), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (American).

Evander Bradley McGilvary (1864–1953), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

 

1911–1912

Frederick James Eugene Woodbridge (1867–1940), Columbia University, New York, New York (American). (Second Term; see 1902–03)

Addison Webster Moore (1866–1930), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

 

1912–1913

Frank Thilly (1865–1934), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (American). (Third Term: see 1900–1901)

John Elof Boodin (1869–1950), Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota (Western).

 

1913–1914

Evander Bradley McGilvary (1864–1953), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (American). (Second Term; see 1910–1911)

Boyd Henry Bode (1873–1916), University of Illinois, Champaign–Urbana, Illinois (Western).

 

1914–1915

James Hayden Tufts (1862–1942), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (American & Western). (Second term; see 1905–06) (Joint Presidency, American and Western Philosophical Associations)

 

1915–1916

Andrew Campbell Armstrong (1860–1935), Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (American).

Alfred Henry Lloyd (1864–1927), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

 

1916–1917

Arthur Oncken Lovejoy (1873–1962), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland (American). (Second Term; see 1908–1909)

George Herbert Mead (1863–1931), The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

 

1917–1918

Addison Webster Moore (1866–1930), The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (American). (Second Term; see 1911–1912)

Hartley Burr Alexander (1873–1939), The University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska (Western).

 

1918–1919

Mary Whiton Calkins (1863–1930), Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts (American).

Henry Wilkes Wright (1878–1959), Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois (Western).

 

1919–1920

Hartley Burr Alexander (1873–1939), University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska (American). (Second Term; see 1917–1918)

Norman P. Wilde (1867–1936), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Western). 

 

1920–1921 (First Year of Merger of American and Western Philosophical Associations, each becoming, respectively, the Eastern Division and the Western Division of The American Philosophical Association)

Ralph Barton Perry (1876–1957), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Edgar Lenderson Hinman (1872–1965), University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska (Western).

 

1921–1922

Wilmon Henry Sheldon (1875–1980), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern).

Edward Scribner Ames (1870–1958), The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

 

1922–1923

Walter Goodnow Everett (1860–1937), Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island (Eastern).

Edward Leroy Schaub (1881–1953), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (Western).

 

1923–1924

William Pepperell Montague (1873–1953), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

Roy Wood Sellars (1880–1973), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western). 

 

1924–1925 (First Year of Pacific Division)

Alexander Meiklejohn (1872–1964), Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Edmund Howard Hollands (1879–1967), University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (Western).

Harold Chapman Brown (1879–1943), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1925–1926

Wilbur Marshall Urban (1873-1952), Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire (Eastern).

Guy Allan Tawney (1870–1947), University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio (Western).

George Rebec (1868–1944), University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (Pacific).

 

1926–1927 (All three divisions met with the Sixth International Congress of Philosophy at Harvard. The three Divisional Presidents addressed the Congress at the opening session. The Eastern Division seems not to have had a separate meeting during the year.)

William Ernest Hocking (1873–1966), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Rupert Clendon Lodge (1886–1961), University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (Western).

Henry Waldgrave Stuart (1870–1951), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1927–1928

William Ernest Hocking (1873–1966), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern). (Second Term; see 1926–1927)

David Ferdinand Swenson (1876–1940), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Western).

George Plimpton Adams (1882–1961), The University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1928–1929

Felix Adler (1851–1933), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

DeWitt Henry Parker (1885–1949), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

Herbert Wildon Carr (1875–1931), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1929–1930

Morris Raphael Cohen (1880–1947), College of the City of New York, New York, New York (Eastern).

Max Carl Otto (1876–1968), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

Hartley Burr Alexander (1873–1939), Scripps College, Claremont, California (Pacific). (Third Term; see 1917–1918)

 

1930–1931

Edgar Arthur Singer, Jr. (1873–1954), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

Gustavus Watts Cunningham (1881–1968), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Western).

Jacob Loewenberg (1882–1969), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1931–1932

Alfred North Whitehead (1861–1947), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Albert Perley Brogan (1889–1983), The University of Texas, Austin, Texas (Western).

William Savery (1875–1945), University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (Pacific).

 

1932–1933

Edward Gleason Spaulding (1873–1940), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Matthew Thompson McClure, Jr. (1883–1964), The University of Illinois, Champaign–Urbana, Illinois (Western).

Harold Chapman Brown (1879–1944), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific. (Second Term: see 1924–1925)

 

1933–1934

Clarence Irving Lewis (1883–1964), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

John Dashiel Stoops (1873–1973), Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa (Western).

John Elof Boodin (1869–1950), The University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1934–1935

Warner Fite (1867–1955), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Charles Bruce Vibbert (1877–1950), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western, term not completed).

Thomas Vernor Smith (1890–1964), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

James Hayden Tufts (1862–1942), University of California, Santa Barbara, California (Pacific). (Third term; see 1905–1906, 1914–1915)

 

1935–1936

Stephen Coburn Pepper (1891–1972), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

James Bissett Pratt (1875–1944), Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts (Eastern). 

Edwin Thomas Mitchell (1886–1953), University of Texas, Austin, Texas (Western).

 

1936–1937

Edgar Sheffield Brightman (1884–1953), Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Charles William Morris (1901–1979), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Harvey Gates Townsend (1885–1948), The University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (Pacific).

 

1937–1938

Gustavus Watts Cunningham (1881–1968), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern).

David Wight Prall (1886–1941), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Western).

Joseph Alexander Leighton (1870–1954), Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (Pacific).

 

1938–1939

George Holland Sabine (1880–1961), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern).

Jay William Hudson (1874–1958), University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri (Western).

Ralph Tyler Flewelling (1871–1960), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1939–1940

Curt John Ducasse (1881–1969), Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island (Eastern).

Glenn Raymond Morrow (1895–1973), The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Western).

Edward Octavius Sisson (1869–1950), Reed College, Portland, Oregon (Pacific).

 

1940–1941

Charles William Hendel (1890–1982), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern).

Radoslav Andrea Tsanoff (1887–1970), The Rice Institute, Houston, Texas (Western).

Benjamin Apworth Gould Fuller (1879–1956), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1941–1942

Grace Andrus de Laguna (1878–1978), Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (Eastern). 

Elijah Jordan (1875–1953), Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana (Western).

Ephraim Edward Ericksen (1882-1967), University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah (Pacific).

 

1942–1944 (During the war years, meetings were not held and presidential addresses were not given, or were delayed. Blanshard served as a caretaker president of all the divisions.)

Brand Blanshard (1892–1987), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern).

Donald Sage Mackay (1892–1951), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1944–1945

Brand Blanshard (1892–1987), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern). (Third term: see 1942–1944)

George Perrigo Conger (1884–1960), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Western).

Victor Fritz Lenzen (1890–1975), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1945–1946

William Kelley Wright (1877–1956), Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire (Eastern).

Daniel Sommer Robinson (1888–1977), The University of Miami, Miami, Florida (Western).

William Ray Dennes (1898–1982) University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1946–1947

Katherine Everett Gilbert (1886–1952), Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (Eastern).

Marten ten Hoor (1890–1967), University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama (Western).

Everett John Nelson (1900–1988), University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (Pacific).

 

1947–1948

Cornelius Krusι (1893-1978), Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (Eastern).

Abram Cornelius Benjamin (1897–1968), University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri (Western).

Hans Reichenbach (1891–1953), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1948–1949

Herbert Wallace Schneider (1892–1984), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

Charles Hartshorne (1897–2000), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Donald Ayres Piatt (1898–1967), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1949–1950

Walter Terence Stace (1886–1987), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Albert Everett Avery (1886–1963), Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (Western).

Paul Marhenke (1899–1952), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1950–1951

Hugh Miller (1891–1962), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

Dilman Walter Gotshalk (1901–1973), University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana (Western). 

Arthur Edward Murphy (1901–1962), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern). 

 

1951–1952

George Boas (1891–1980), The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland (Eastern).

Richard Peter McKeon (1900–1985), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Georgiana Melvin (1893–1967), Mills College, Oakland, California (Pacific). 

 

1952–1953

Filmer S. C. Northrup (1893–1992), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern).

Philip Blair Rice (1904–1956), Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio (Western).

Edward William Strong (1901–1990), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1953–1954

Glenn Raymond Morrow (1895–1973), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Eastern). (Second term; see 1939–1940)

Paul Henle (1908–1962), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

Melvin Rader (1903–1981), University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (Pacific). 

 

1954–1955

Ernest Nagel (1901–1985), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

Charner Marquis Perry (1902–1985), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Clarence Irving Lewis (1883–1964), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific). (Past President: see 1933–1934) Delivered in lieu of presidential address, no presidential nominee having agreed to serve.

 

1955–1956

Albert George Adam Balz (1887–1957), University of Virginia, Charlotteville, Virginia (Eastern).

Max Harold Fisch (1900–1995), University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois (Western).

Bertram Emil Jessup (1899–1972), University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (Pacific). 

 

1956–1957

John Herman Randall, Jr. (1899–1980), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

Oets Kolk Bouwsma (1898–1978), University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska (Western).

David Rynin (1905–___), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1957–1958

Willard Van Orman Quine (1908–2000), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Virgil C. Aldrich (1903–1998), Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio (Western).

John David Goheen (1906–1994), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1958–1959

Max Black (1909–1988), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern). 

Paul Arthur Schilpp (1897–1993), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (Western).

Abraham Kaplan (1918–1993), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1959–1960

Sidney Hook (1902–1989), New York University, New York (Eastern).

Van Meter Ames (1898–1985), University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio (Western). 

Philip Merlan (1897–1968), Scripps College, Claremont, California (Pacific).

 

1960–1961

John Daniel Wild, Jr. (1902–1972), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (Eastern).

Arthur Campbell Garnett (1894–1970), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

Barnett Savery (1906–1975), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (Pacific).

 

1961–1962

Carl Gustav Hempel (1905–1997), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Charles Leslie Stevenson (1908–1979), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

Abraham Irving Melden (1910–1991), University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (Pacific).

 

1962–1963

Maurice H. Mandelbaum (1908–1987), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland (Eastern).

Herbert Feigl (1902–1988), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Western).

Isabel Payson Creed Hungerland (1907–1987), University of California, Berkeley (Pacific).

 

1963–1964

Marvin Farber (1901–1980), State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York (Eastern).

Henry Siggins Leonard (1905–1967), Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan (Western).

Ernest Addison Moody (1903–1975), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1964–1965

Edwin Arthur Burtt (1892–1989), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern).

Julius Rudolph Weinberg (1908–1971), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

William Henry Werkmeister (1901–1993), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1965–1966

Gregory Vlastos (1907–1991), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

William Klaas Frankena (1908–1994), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

Alfred Stern (1899–1980), California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California (Pacific).

 

1966–1967

Paul Weiss (1901–2002), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern).

Everett John Nelson (1900–1988), Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (Western).

Philip Wheelwright (1901–1970), University of California, Riverside, California (Pacific).

 

1967–1968

Henry Nelson Goodman (1906–1998), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Gustav Bergmann (1906–1987), The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (Western).

James Louis Jarrett, Jr. (1917–____), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1968–1969

Roderick Milton Chisholm (1916–1999), Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island (Eastern).

Frederick Ludwig Will (1909–1998), University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Illinois (Western).

V. Jerauld McGill (1897–1977), San Francisco State College, San Francisco, California (Pacific).

Herbert Marcuse (1889–1979), University of California, San Diego, California (Pacific).

 

1969–1970

Stuart Newton Hampshire (1914–1983), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey; Waldham College, Oxford University, Oxford, England (Eastern).

Richard Booker Brandt (1910–1997), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

William Thomas Jones (1910–1998), Pomona College, Claremont, California (Pacific).

 

1970–1971

Wilfrid Stalker Sellars (1912–1989), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

Henry Babcock Veatch (1911–1999), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (Western).

John Wisdom (1904–1993), University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (Pacific).

 

1971–1972

Lewis White Beck (1913–1997), University of Rochester, Rochester, New York (Eastern).

May Brodbeck (1917–1983), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Western).

Marjorie Glicksman Grene (1910–___), University of California, Davis, California (Pacific).

 

1972–1973

Norman Malcolm (1911–1990), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern).

Arthur Walter Burks (1915–____), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Western).

Patrick Suppes (1922–____), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1973–1974

Donald Davidson (1917–2003), The Rockefeller University, New York, New York, and Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Alan Gewirth (1912–____), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Alonzo Church (1903–1995), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1974–1975

John Bordley Rawls (1921–2002), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

William Henry Hay (1917–1997), The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

Herbert Paul Grice (1913–1988), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1975–1976

Alice Ambrose Lazerowitz (1906–2001), Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Ruth Charlotte Barcan Marcus (1921–____), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Western).

Jaakko Hintikka (1929–____), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1976–1977

Hilary Putnam (1926–____), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Leonard Linsky (1922–____), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Herbert Fingarette (1921–____), University of California, Santa Barbara, California (Pacific).

 

1977–1978

Kurt Baier (1917–____), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Eastern). 

Robert George Turnbull (1918–____) Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (Western).

Wesley Charles Salmon (1925–____), University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (Pacific).

 

1978–1979

Monroe Curtis Beardsley (1915–1985), Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

William Payne Alston (1921–____), University of Illinois, Champaign–Urbana, Illinois (Western).

William Craig (1918–____), University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1979–1980

Richard McKay Rorty (1931–____), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Hector–Neri Castaρeda (1924–1991), Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (Western).

David Shepherd Nivison (1923–____), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1980–1981

Roderick Firth (1943–1987), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Alan Harry Donagan (1925–1991), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

David Kaplan (1933–____), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1981–1982

John Edwin Smith (1921–____),Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Eastern).

Alvin Plantinga (1932–____), Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan (Western).

Joel Feinberg (1936–____), University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (Pacific).

 

1982–1983

Adolf Grόnbaum (1923–____), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

Manley Hawn Thompson, Jr. (1917–1994), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Western).

Philippa Ruth Foot (1920–____), University of California, Los Angeles, California; Somerville College, Oxford, England (Pacific).

 

1983–1984

Arthur Coleman Danto (1924–____), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

Ernan McMullin (1924–____), University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana (Western).

Benson Mates (1919–____), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1984–1985

Alasdair Chalmers MacIntyre (1929–____), Vanderbilt University, Tennessee (Eastern).

Fred Irwin Dretske (1932–____), University of Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin (Western).

Rogers Garland Albritton (1923–____), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1985–1986 (APA Western Division changes its name to APA Central Division.)

Joseph Quentin Lauer (1917–1997), Fordham University, Bronx, New York (Eastern).

Marcus George Singer (1926–____), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Central).

Donald Davidson (1917–2003), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1986–1987

Joseph John Kockelmans (1923–____), The Pennsylvania State University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

William Leonard Rowe (1931–____), Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (Central).

Richard Wasserstrom (1936–____), University of California, Santa Cruz, California (Pacific).

 

1987–1988

Jonathan Bennett (1930–____), Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York (Eastern).

Robert Audi (1941–____), University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska (Central).

Julius Moravcsik (1931–____), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1988–1989

Richard Jacob Bernstein (1932–____), New School for Social Research, New York, New York (Eastern).

Jaegwon Kim (1934–____), Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island (Central).

Keith Lehrer (1936–____), University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona; University of Graz, Graz, Poland (Pacific).

 

1989–1990

Nicholas Rescher (1928–____), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

Richard Thomas DeGeorge (1933–____), University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (Central).

John R. Searle (1932–____), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

1990–1991

Annette Baier (1929–____), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Eastern).

Edwin Curley (1937–____), University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Central).

Stuart Newton Hampshire (1914–____), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific). (Second term: see 1969–1970)

 

1991–1992

Harry Gordon Frankfurt (1929–____), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Nicholas Wolterstorff (1921–____), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Central).

Alvin Ira Goldman (1938–____), University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (Pacific).

 

1992–1993

Judith Jarvis Thomson (1929–____), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Edmund Lloyd Pincoffs (1919–1993), University of Texas, Austin, Texas (Central) (died in office).

Panayot Butchvarov (1933–____), University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (Central).

Patricia Smith Churchland (1943–____), University of California, San Diego, California (Pacific).

 

1993–1994

Sidney Shoemaker (1931–____), Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Eastern).

Richard Henry Kraut (1944–____), University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Central).

John Perry (1943–____), Stanford University, Stanford, California (Pacific).

 

1994–1995

Margaret Dauler Wilson (1939–1998), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Philip Lawrence Quinn (1940–____), University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana (Central).

Larry Lynn Laudan (1941–____), University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii (Pacific).

 

1995–1996

Jerome Borges Schneewind (1930–____), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland (Eastern)

Peter Winch (1926–1997), University if Illinois, Urbana–Champaign, Illinois (Central).

Barry Stroud (1935–____), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific)

 

1996–1997

Michael Lee Friedman (1947–____), Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (Central).

Stanley Louis Cavell (1926–____), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Henry Edward Allison (1937–____), University of California, San Diego, California (Pacific).

 

1997–1998

Robert Nozick (1938–2002), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Arthur I. Fine (1937–____), Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (Central).

Philip Stuart Kitcher (1947–____), University of California, San Diego, California (Pacific).

 

1998–1999

Mary Mothersill (1923–____), Columbia University, New York, New York (Eastern).

Elliott Reuben Sober (1948–____), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin (Central).

Charles Tyler Burge (1946–____), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

1999–2000

John Madison Cooper (1939–____), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Martha Craven Nussbaum (1947–____), University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (Central).

Barbara Herman (1945-____), University of California, Los Angeles, California (Pacific).

 

2000-2001

Daniel Clement Dennett (1942–____), Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Lawrence Sklar (1938–____), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Central).

Brian Skyrms (1938–____), University of California, Irvine, California (Pacific).

 

2001-2002

Virginia Potter Held (1929–____), City University of New York, New York (Eastern).

Allan Fletcher Gibbard (1942–____), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Central).

Paul M. Churchland (1942–____), University of California, San Diego, California (Pacific).

 

2002-2003

Thomas Michael Scanlon, Jr. (1940–____), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Eastern).

Marcia Wendy Baron (1955–____), Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (Central)

Richard Arthur Wollheim (1923-2003), University of California, Berkeley, California (Pacific).

 

2003-2004

Alexander Nehamas (1946–____), Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (Eastern).

Stephen Leicester Darwall (1946–____), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Central).

Julia Elizabeth Annas (?–____), University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (Pacific).

 

 



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