Visiting Instructor // Philosophy
Office and Contact
Room: BRNG 7154
Brandon Rdzak received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Purdue University in 2021. He is a specialist in early modern philosophy, Spinoza, and metaphysics. He has taught courses on philosophy, ethics, and global moral problems. His research focuses on metaphysical rationalism, modality, essentialism, the mind-body problem, and free will in both early modern and contemporary philosophy. He has published an article in Philosophia and has several works in progress. His office is BRNG 7154 and his email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Modern Philosophy (esp. Spinoza, Rationalism), Metaphysics (esp. PSR, Free Will), Ethics (esp. Animal Ethics, Virtue Ethics)