George Miller

Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Advising Program Development

George Miller worked for a number of years in New York doing children’s theatre and experimental theatre before returning to school and becoming an academic philosopher. He is currently teaching courses on environmental philosophy, philosophy of language, and the meaning of life. He is also writing an article about how we experience time, and a book about the meaning of life. His classes are discussion based, and he makes students revise their essays many, many times. (He is convinced that they understand things better at the end of this process.) You can find an essay of his on the internet, about Ralph Waldo Emerson, by googling “Emerson’s optimism Miller”.


  • 1994 PhD Temple University
  • 1985 BGS University of Maine at Farmington
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