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Joshua Rasmussen, PhDJoshua Rasmussen, PhD

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Azusa Pacific University

Dr. Joshua Rasmussen is an assistant professor of philosophy at Azusa Pacific University, and his area of expertise is analytic metaphysics and philosophy of religion, with a focus on basic categories of reality, such as objects, ideas, and necessary existence. He has published more than a dozen articles on these topics in peer-reviewed academic journals, and he has two scholarly books coming out: Defending the Correspondence Theory of Truth (Cambridge University Press, 2014) and Necessary Existence (with Pruss; Oxford University Press, 2015). His research also includes a grant-funded project on randomness. Rasmussen is a truth-seeker at heart and values collaboration across disciplines and perspectives.

Areas of Specialization

analytic metaphysics, philosophy of religion

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