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Rik Hine

Rik Hine

Assistant Professor
Philosophy
College of Arts and Sciences
Contact
Morgan Hall
Room 206H
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
785.670.1540
Degrees & Certifications
University of Connecticut, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Texas Christian University 2011-2016
  • University Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Connecticut 2010-2011
  • Instructor, Central Connecticut State University 2009-2010 
Teaching
  • PH 100 A, Introduction to Philosophy
  • PH 100 B, Introduction to Philosophy
  • PH 201 A, Ancient Greek Philosophy
  • PH 300 A, Gen Topics in Phil
  • PH 300 B, Gen Topics in Phil
  • PH 301 A, Modern Philosophy 1600-1800
  • PH 398 A, Senior Thesis Preparation
  • PH 399 A, Senior Thesis
Scholarly Interests/Activities
Professor Hine 's main research areas are Philosophy of Psychology, Mind, and Cognitive Science. He has published papers on the nature of the relationship between attention and consciousness, and is currently working on papers about 'extended mind,' and the scientific status of psychiatry. He also has an abiding interest in the history of philosophy, and aesthetics.
Service Interests/Activities
Professor Hine was the philosophy program chair for the 105th annual conference of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology (2013), and chair of a 2014 International Symposium on Consciousness.
Career Accomplishments

Winner of the 2017-18 Morrison Award for Outstanding Teaching

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2016-2017

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2017-2018

Certificate of Teaching and Learning 2019-2020

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