Eugen Baer

Dean of Hobart College and Professor of Philosophy

Joined the faculty in 1971

Ph.D., Yale
B. Bibl., Biblical Institute, Rome
Lic. Theol., Freiburg
Matura, Appenzell

Current scholarly interests:
Philosophy of Language
Philosophy of Religion

Courses Routinely Taught:
Mind and Language
Plato and Kant
European Studies

Recent Publications:
"Semiotics of the Infinite" Semiotics 2001, ed. Scott Simpkins and John Deely (Ottawa, Canada: Legas)

Professional Affiliations:
Semiotic Society of America (twice president)

Personal Statement:
I love the study and practice of signs including language. My research and teaching interests are motivated by this great love.

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