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  Dr. Gale Justin
  Mendocino Hall, Rm 3024
  916-278-6547
  justin@csus.edu

 Gale Justin is Professor of Philosophy at California State University, Sacramento. Born in New York City, she grew up in Mamaroneck, New York and received an B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, cum laude at Connecticut College in Philosophy. She spent a year at the University of Edinburgh, working on topics in the philosophy of history under the direction of W.H. Walsh and, then went to the University of Chicago , earning the M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy. Dr. Justin regularly teaches courses for the Philosophy department in the History of Philosophy and has taught both the Culture of Classical Greece and Renaissance to Twentieth Century Humanities for the CSUS Department of Humanities. Since 1998 she has taught Business and Computer Ethics for Distance and Distributed Education at CSUS.

   Dr. Justin has worked on a range of topics in the history of philosophy, including questions relating to Kant's transcendental idealism, Plato's "Socratic" dialogues, and Hume's conception of justice. She has special expertise in Plato's philosophy, the subject of her current research. Her articles on Kant have appeared in the Kant-Studien and an article on Plato's Lysis is published in the Archiv Für Geschichte der Philosophie (87: 75-104).

 

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California State University, Sacramento
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Updated: January 28, 2013