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Professor Allis has given papers on legal pragmatism and on original intent in the law and is the co-author of Resources in Ancient Philosophy: An Annotated Bibliography. He is a winner of the Hope Outstanding Professor-Educator award for teaching excellence, and writes about questions of teaching, learning, and knowing.
Professor Dell'Olio has published articles in the areas of ethics, philosophy of religion, religious pluralism, religious language, religion and morality, multiculturalism, medieval philosophy, comparative philosophy, postmodernism, and contemporary philosophy. He is the author of Foundation of Moral Selfhood: Aquinas on Divine Goodness and the Connection of the Virtues and the co-editor (with Caroline Simon) of Introduction to Ethics: A Reader. He is Director of the Asian studies minor and coordinates the Hope-China Exchange Program.
Professor Mulder's information and details about his work may be found on his curriculum vitae.
Professor Perovich has published articles on the German idealist philosophers Kant and Fichte, and on the philosophy of mysticism, and co-edited Human Nature and Natural Knowledge. He edited a book of papers by the contemporary philosopher, Alan Donagan, Reflections on Philosophy and Religion.
Professor Carol Simon specializes in ethics, with an emphasis on the use of narrative in moral reflection. She publishes under her full name, Caroline J. Simon. Her most recent books are Bringing Sex into Focus: The Quest for Sexual Integrity, and Introduction to Ethics: A Reader (an anthology edited with Andrew Dell'Olio). She is also the author of The Disciplined Heart: Love, Destiny and Imagination and has published many articles on moral knowledge, virtue ethics, friendship and sexuality. In addition, she writes on issues in higher education and has authored, with historian James C. Kennedy, Can Hope Endure? A Historical Case Study in Christian Higher Education, was lead author of Mentoring for Mission: Nurturing New Faculty at Church Related College. She also oversees the Office of Teaching and Learning at Hope College. For more detailed information see her curriculum vitae.