Blackwell, Richard J.

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BLACKWELL, Richard J.

BLACKWELL, Richard J. American, b. 1929. Genres: Sciences, Bibliography, Translations. Career: John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH, instructor, 1954-57, assistant professor, 1957-61; St. Louis University, Missouri, associate professor, 1961-66, professor of philosophy, 1966-, Danforth Chair in the Humanities, 1986-, now emeritus. The Modern Schoolman, associate ed., 1961-. Publications: (trans. with R. Spath and W. E. Thirlkel) Commentary on Aristotle's Physics, by St. Thomas Aquinas, 1963: (trans.) Preliminary Discourse on Philosophy in General, by Christian Wolff, 1963; Discovery in the Physical Sciences, 1969; Bibliography of the Philosophy of Science 1945-1981, 1983; (trans.) The Pendulum Clock, by C. Huygens, 1986; Galileo, Bellarmine, and the Bible, 1991; (trans. w/notes) Thomas Campanella, A Defense of Galileo, 1994. Address: Dept. of Philosophy, Saint Louis University, 3800 Lindell Blvd, PO Box 56907, St. Louis, MO 63156-0907, U.S.A.