Andrew Moon


I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Virginia Commonwealth University. Previously, I have taught or researched at University of Notre Dame, Rutgers UniversityDalhousie University, and Kansas State University. I earned my PH.D. in 2010 at the University of Missouri, and my committee was composed of Peter Markie (adviser), Matthew McGrath (2nd reader), John GrecoAndrew Melnyk, and Paul Weirich.

My areas of specialty are in epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of religion, and I have interests in metaphysics and ethics. For a professional philosophy presentation, see The New Evil Demon Problem for Internalism.  For popular level presentations, see How To Respond to Religious Disagreement, A Defense of Reformed Epistemology (Youtube), A Defense of Reformed Epistemology (podcast), and a lecture on the problem of evil (handout accompanying the lecture is here).

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