Shaw, Michael M.
Title:
Associate Professor - Philosophy
Office:
121p
Phone:
801-863-6265
Fax:
801-863-6146
Mail Code:
173
Last Updated: 11/19/14 -

Associate Professor, Philosophy

Michael M. Shaw has been at UVU since 2003.

Education

Ph.D. Philosophy, Villanova University, 2006
M.A. Philosophy, Villanova University, 1998
B.A. Philosophy, Bates College, 1994

Areas of Interest

AOS: Ancient Greek Philosophy, especially Plato and Aristotle
AOC: Modern Philosophy, 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy,
History of Metaphysics and Epistemology

Publications

2008: “Madness, Art, and the End of History: Epistemic Transformation in
Nietzsche and Foucault,” Philosophy Today, SPEP Supplement. Eds. Peg
Birmingham and James Risser. Vol. 52, 2008: 158-167.

2006: “Madness and Politeia: Aesthetic Disruption in Foucault and Plato,”
Philosophy Today, SPEP Supplement. Eds. Peg Birmingham and James
Risser. Vol. 50, 2006: 12-21.

Awards

2007:    Dean’s Scholarship Award for Humanitarian Service, 2007,
The School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Utah Valley State College

2007:    Wolverine Achievement Award for Distinguished Volunteer Service,
2006-2007, Utah Valley State College

2003:    John Tich Memorial Award for Excellence in the Graduate Philosophy
Program, 2002-2003, Villanova University

2002:    Graduate Philosophy Teaching Award, 2001-2002, Villanova
University

For additional information concerning the Utah Valley University Honors Program or
Interdisciplinary Studies Classical Studies minor, please click on the links below:

Honors Program

Classical Studies