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GEORGE W. RAINBOLT Revised September 11, 2009 Department of Philosophy Georgia State University P.O. Box 4089 Atlanta, GA 30302-4089 Phone: (404) 413-6109 Fax: (404) 413-6124 [email protected] EDUCATION C Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Arizona, 1990. Dissertation: “The Nature of Rights.” Directed by Joel Feinberg. C Visiting Scholar, College Internationale de Philosophie, Paris, Spring 1987. C M.A., Philosophy, University of Arizona, 1986. C B.A., Philosophy & Economics (with High Honors), Oberlin College, 1984. EXPERIENCE C Georgia State University, Professor of Philosophy, Summer 2006 to Present. C Georgia State University, Chair, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2000 to Present. C Georgia State University, Interim Chair, Department of Religious Studies, Spring 2006. C Georgia State University, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Summer 1999 to Summer 2006. C Georgia State University, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Fall 1993 to Summer 1999. C Oberlin College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Fall 1990 to Spring 1993. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Ethics Philosophy of Law Social/Political Philosophy Medical Ethics AREAS OF COMPETENCE History of Ethics Metaethics Business Ethics Feminist Ethics AREAS OF INTEREST French Philosophy Decision Theory Aesthetics Philosophy of Economics
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BOOKS C Critical Thinking in College , coauthored with Sandra Dwyer, Wadsworth. Custom edition, 2007. National edition, forthcoming. C The Concept of Rights , Springer 2006. C Ethics , coauthored with Peter McInerney, Harper-Collins 1994. ARTICLES C “Rights Conflict,” invited and in preparation, The IVR Encyclopaedia of Jurisprudence, Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law, ed. Eveline Feteris, (International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy), www.ivr-enc.info/en/index.php. C “Possible Right-holders,” invited and in preparation, The IVR Encyclopaedia of Jurisprudence, Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law, ed. Eveline Feteris, (International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy), www.ivr-enc.info/en/index.php. C “Joel Feinberg,” invited and in preparation, International Encyclopedia of Ethics , ed., Hugh LaFollette (Wiley and Co.), www.hughlafollette.com/IEE.htm. C “Justice,” invited and in preparation, International Encyclopedia of Ethics , ed., Hugh LaFollette (Wiley and Co.), www.hughlafollette.com/IEE.htm. C “Social Recognition and the Justification of Theories of Rights,” invited and in preparation for a volume on rights edited by Derrick Darby. C “Rights Theory,” Philosophy Compass 1 (2006): 11-21. C “Two Interpretations of Feinberg’s Theory of Rights,” Legal Theory 11 (September 2005): 227-236. C “Crime, Property, and Justice Revisited: The Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000,” Public Affairs Quarterly 17 (July 2003): 219-239. C “HMOs and Physician Conflicts of Interest,” Journal of Social Philosophy 33 (Spring 2002): 1-8.
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