Carol Collier - Adjunct Professor

Tel.: 705-673-5661 ext.305

  • B.A. (Hons.) Philosophy, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton
  • M.A. Philosophy, University of Ottawa
  • B.F.A. Music, Concordia University, Montreal
  • Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Ottawa
Areas of Specialization
  • Early Modern Philosophy; Biomedical Ethics
Courses taught
  • PHIL 1115 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 2325 Reason and Experience in Early Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL 2345 Bioethics: Human Life Issues / La bioéthique et les nouveaux pouvoirs sur la vie
  • PHIL 2505 Critical Thinking and Argumentation / Pensée critique et argumentation
  • PHIL 2747 Technology, Freedom and Values
  • PHIL 2876 Business Ethics (also under COMM 4066)
  • PHIL 3326 Topics in Early Modern Philosophy: The Body-Machine
  • PHIL 3346 Bioéthique : étude de cas
Current areas of research interest
  • Biomedical ethics, the body
Recent Publications
  • "Technology and the Body: A New or An Old Anthropology?" in Feist, Richard, Chantal Beauvais and Rajest Shukla (eds), Technology and the Changing Face of Humanity, University of Ottawa Press, 2010.
  • Bioethics in Canada: A Philosophical Introduction (co-authored with Rachel Haliburton), Canadian Scholars Press, 2011.
  • "The Induction of the Principles of Science in Aristotle's Analytics", in Études maritainiennes - Maritain Studies, Vol. XXVIII (2012) 132-177.