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Perry Hendricks

Perry Hendricks

Graduate Student // Philosophy

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Perry Hendricks is primarily interested in ethics, epistemology, and philosophy of religion. In ethics, he's argued that abortion is morally wrong and that abortion restrictions are permissible. In epistemology, he's defended externalism with respect to justification. And in philosophy of religion, he's defended skeptical theism in response to the problem of evil and explored the implications of reformed epistomology. He has three daughters, and is an aspiring trophy husband - although, he's currently at best participation trophy husband. He once tried to make a belt out of watches, but he quit halfway through because he realized it would be a waste of time.