DAVIS, WILLIAM HATCHER, 1939-2017

Biography:

University professor of philosophy. Born– January 5, 1939, Frankewing, Tenn. Parents– George B. and Lois Sawyers Davis. Married–Jill H. Davis. Children–four. Education– Abilene Christian College, B.A., 1960; M.A., 1961; Rice University, Ph.D., 1965. Taught at the University of Houston, 1964-1966; Auburn University, 1966-2013. Member of the American, Southwestern, and Alabama Philosophical Association, the C.S. Peirce Society, the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Awarded the status of  professor emeritus upon his retirement at Auburn in 2013. Died May 13, 2017.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online; obituary

Publication(s):

The Freewill Question. The Hague, Netherlands; Nijhoff, 1971.

Philosophy of Religion. Abilene, Kan.; Biblical Research Society, 1969.

Peirce’s Epistemology. The Hague, Netherlands; Nijhoff, 1972.

Science and Christian Faith. Abilene, Kan.; Biblical Research Society, 1968.