Associate Professor of Instruction
Office: FAO 203
Dolores G. Morris received her Ph.D. in Philosophy at The University of Notre Dame in 2010. She joined the USF Philosophy Department as a visiting instructor in 2011, and accepted a full time instructorship in 2016. Her current research focuses on the mind-body problem, and the implications of Hempel’s Dilemma for contemporary physicalism—that is, the question of how one ought to define physicalism so that it is neither tautologically true nor obviously false. Other interests include Philosophy of Religion, Early Analytic Philosophy and Philosophy of Action.