Capitan, William H(arry)
CAPITAN, William H(arry)
CAPITAN, William H(arry). American, b. 1933. Genres: Art/Art history, Philosophy, Theology/Religion, Ethics. Career: Instructor in Philosophy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 1959-60; Instructor, University of Maryland, College Park, 1960-62; Assistant Professor, 1962-65, Associate Professor, 1965-70, and Chairman, Dept. of Philosophy, 196870, Oberlin Coll., Ohio: Dean, 1970-72, Vice-President, 1972-74, and Acting President, 1974-79, Saginaw Valley Coll., Michigan; President, Georgia Southwestern State University, Americus, 1979-96; University of Georgia, Athens, GA, President Emeritus, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy. Publications: Introduction to The Philosophy of Religion (textbook), 1972; Speak for Yourself, 1989; The Ethical Navigator, 2000. EDITOR: (with D.D. Merrill) Metaphysics and Explanation, 1966; (with Merrill) Art, Religion and Mind, 1967. Address: Georgia Southwestern State University, Americus, GA 31709, U.S.A.