Garry Pech

Associate Professor

651-690-6426

gpech@stkate.edu

Ph.D., Philosophy
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1996

Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, Magna Cum Laude, 1974

SCU. (2014). Cited as Mentor to student during Student Awards ceremony

University of Oregon. (2005). Awarded a Colloquium Fellowship for the Conference on Media Ethics, University of Oregon

SCU. (2001). Nominated for CSC Teaching Award

Minnesota Philosophical Society. (2001). Elected President of MPS

CSC. (2001). Department awarded two gifts in my name of $1000 and $500 from graduated students. (2001. 1998)

Minnesota Philosophical Society. (2000). Elected Vice President of MPS

SCU. (1992). Finalist for CSC Teaching Award

Journal Article

Pech, G. & Leibel, R. (2006). "Writing in Solidarity: Steps Toward an Ethic of Care." Journal of Mass Media.

Book Chapter

Pech, G. (2005). On Being Morally Chilled. Dena Hurst, Ph.D., Human, All Too Human.

Pech, G. (2001). Wittgenstein on Embodiment. Gabor Csepregi, Ph.D., Sagesse du Corps.

Book Review

Pech, G. (1998). "Four reviews for CHOICE," CHOICE

Pech, G. (2014). "Some Remarks on Wittgenstein's View on Concepts." Philosophy Conference at Lehigh University

Pech, G. (2014). "Doing without principles in teaching ethics." Minnesota Philosophical Society meeting at University of MN Duluth

Pech, G. (2014). "Teaching Ethics Without Theory." Conference on Teaching Philosophy, St. John's University, Minnesota

Pech, G. (2014). "The Concept of Humane Treatment /// Presentations For 2014–15 Year At Bottom Of List." Conference: Food, Justice & Peace at Michigan State University

Pech, G. (2013). "Wittgenstein on the Concept 'Game.'" Presentation to SCU Philosophy Dept. and interested others

Pech, G. (2013). "Teaching Ethics Without Principles." Minnesota Philosophical Society

Pech, G. (2010). "Who Owns the Past." Invited discussion to graduate course, Archaeology, History, Ethics and Law

Pech, G. (2009). "Response to Peter Shea." Minnesota Philosophical Society

Pech, G. (2009). "Panelist in a discussion on how to read Wittgenstein." Minnesota Philosophical Society

Pech, G. (2008). "On Being Morally Chilled." Presentation to SCU Philosophy Dept. and interested others

Pech, G. (2005). "Philosophy and Conceptual Transformation." Philosophy and Transformative Practice held at Elon, University, NC

Pech, G. (2005). "Writing in Solidarity: Steps Toward an Ethic of Care for Journalism." Ethics and Journalism, University of Oregon

Pech, G. (2004). "On Being Morally Chilled." "Human, All Too Human," conference at San Diego, USA

Pech, G. (2003). "Emotions, Significance and our Folk Psychological Orientation." "Value Inquiry" conference, University of North Dakota

Pech, G. (2001). "Emotion and Mind-body Holism." Sagesse Du Corps, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Pech, G. (2001). "Emotions and Asymmetries of Concern." Minnesota Philosophical Society