Associate Professor of Philosophy
405 Malloy Hall
Ph.D. University of Arizona
Philosophy of Mind, Epistemology
After very long and serious studies--borne with great patience by his teachers as well as by himself--the University of Arizona awarded Leopold a PhD in 1992. Two years before this happy event, the University of Notre Dame hried him, and there he has stayed ever since. He is particularly interested in consciousness, perception, and knowledge. And he hopes that the obscure theory of neutral monism will somehow make sense of all of this.