"A Remark About Rotation and Relative Rotation in General Relativity"
|Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science||Phone, voice mail: 949-824-7374|
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|University of California at Irvine||http://www.lps.uci.edu/faculty_bios/dmalamen|
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|Columbia College, B.A.||1968||(major: mathematics)|
|Rockefeller University, Ph.D.||1975||(philosophy)|
|Fall 1975-Fall 1978||Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago|
|Spring 1977||Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University|
|Fall 1978-Fall 1982||Associate Professor of Philosophy (with tenure) at the University of Chicago|
|Fall 1982-Fall 1989||Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago|
|Fall 1989-Spring 1999||David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor at the University of Chicago|
|Fall 1995-Spring 1998||Chair of the Committee on the Conceptual Foundations of Science (a Ph.D. granting program) at the University of Chicago|
|Fall 1998||Visiting Professor of Philosophy at Carnegie-Mellon University|
|Fall 1999-present||Distinguished Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of California, Irvine|
of Florence, Center for the History and Philosophy of Science, Fall
"In Defense of Dogma--Why There Cannot Be a Relativistic Quantum Mechanical Theory of (Localizable) Particles
of Physics Colloquium, University of Chicago, November 30, 1995
"Is Newtonian Cosmology Really Inconsistent?"
of Mathematics Colloquium, University of Chicago, February 2, 1996
"On Time Travel in Gödel's Universe"
on the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Chicago,
February 23, 1996
"A Remark About Relative Rotation in General Relativity"