Dr. Fulmer does epistemology and logic at Loyola. His current research focuses on the problem of philosophical skepticism, its historical development, and related patterns of inference.
He is the editor of the skepticism section of PhilPapers and contributes to several programs across the university, including the Women's Leadership Academy, Public Health, Catholic Studies, and the dual-enrollment program.
- 2022 Review of Religion After Science: The Cultural Consequences of Religious Immaturity by J.L. Schellenberg Religious Studies Reviews 48, no.1: 115.
- 2020 “The Fourth Meditation and Cartesian Circles,” Special Issue on Cartesian Epistemology, Annals of Philosophy LXVIII, no.2: 119-138. (with C.P. Ragland)
- 2019 “Love, Justice, and Divine Simplicity.” In Love and Justice: Consonance or Dissonance?, Claremont Studies in the Philosophy of Religion, edited by Ingolf Dalferth, 23 - 36. Tu ̈bingen: Mohr Siebeck.
- 2017 “Against the New Cartesian Circle,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy 47, no.1: 66-74. (with C.P. Ragland)
Ph.D., Saint Louis University
Philosophy of Science
Religion & Rationality
Areas of Expertise
Contemporary Philosophical Skepticism
Ancient Greek Skepticism