Dr. DePoe joined Marywood's philosophy department in 2011. Prior to teaching at Marywood, he taught at Black Hawk College, the University of Iowa, and Western Michigan University. His areas of research include epistemology, metaphysics, and philosophy of religion. He has published in journals such as Philosophical Studies, Southwest Philosophical Studies, and others. He is currently developing research on the implications of distinguishing conceptual awareness from non-conceptual awareness, especially as it pertains to the epistemology of sense perception. Additionally, he is developing a book proposal for philosophical essays related to probabilistic reasoning and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
When Dr. DePoe is not immersed in philosophy, he enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters, and dog. He has been known to be a sci-fi geek with strong interests in Star Trek, Star Wars, and Battlestar Galactica. (Dr. DePoe recently contributed to the book, Futurama and Philosophy.) Moreover, he enjoys playing chess and reading classical works of fiction.
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