Christopher Martin

Christopher Martin

Associate Professor, Chair of Humanities

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Dr. Christopher Martin has been teaching Philosophy at UW Green Bay for almost 6 years now. He teaches a wide range of classes, but particularly enjoys courses helping students to ask and investigate deep questions about the nature of reality, identity, free will, and science, such as metaphysics (the study of Being) and Early Modern Philosophy (the major philosophical disputes defining the years between 1650-1770 or so). He is currently working on a paper on the origin of consciousness. In addition to his work here at UW-Green Bay, he maintains a deep appreciation and concern for the environment. He speaks to these issues in his first-year seminar, Introduction to Philosophy, and Environmental Ethics courses. When he is not hard at work on philosophy or helping students sharpen their rational capacities, he is likely enjoying traveling and the outdoors. He loves to combine the two and especially enjoys kayaking.