Dr Joe Ulatowski

Senior Lecturer

Qualifications: BSc Methodist, MA Mississippi, PhD Utah

School of Social Sciences



Metaphysics; Philosophy

Naturalistic Understanding of Mind, Language, and Action

Research Interests

I am interested in forms of truth and action, especially those that don't fit standard philosophical theories, and I approach these matters pluralistically by employing both traditional philosophical methods and empirical methods, such as those more common in the social sciences.

Recent Publications

  • Colter, R., & Ulatowski, J. (2017). Social dexterity in inquiry and argumentation: An apologia of socrates. AAPT Studies in Pedagogy, 2, 6-27. doi:10.5840/aaptstudies201713117

  • Adel, C., & Ulatowski, J. (2017). Breaking the language barrier: Using translations for teaching introductory philosophy. AAPT Studies in Pedagogy, 3, 33-52. doi:10.5840/aaptstudies2017101928

  • Colter, R., & Ulatowski, J. (2017). The unexamined student is not worth teaching: preparation, the zone of proximal development, and the Socratic Model of Scaffolded Learning. Educational Philosophy and Theory, -online, 1-14. doi:10.1080/00131857.2017.1282340

  • Ulatowski, J., & Lumsden, D. (2017). One self per customer? From disunified agency to disunified self. The Southern Journal of Philosophy, 55(3), 314-335. doi:10.1111/sjp.12241

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Papers Taught

Contact Details

Room: J3.19
Phone: 7 837 9350