Amir Salehi
Program Coordinator,
Philosophy

Amir Salehi has a PhD from the University of Aachen in Germany and an MA in Philosophy from Colorado State University. His areas of research are Analytic Philosophy, including Hume’s Empiricism, Quine’s Naturalized Epistemology and Kant’s Theory of Experience. Professor Salehi has been teaching at the Community College of Baltimore County since 2007, and he is the author of “A Modified Notion of Representative Knowledge by Correspondence,” published in the Transcendent Philosophy Journal, December 2006 edition, and "In Defense of Harris’s Science of Morality” published in Free Inquiry, August 2013 edition. He is also the author of A Naturalistic Introduction to Philosophy (second edition), published by Old Line Publishing 2016.
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