Quentin Smith

The University Distinguished Faculty Scholar. 2002 and onwards. The 2002 Honorary Member of Phi Betta Kappa. One honorary member is selected each year. 2002 and onwards. Editor of Philo: Journal of the Society for Humanist Philosophers, 2001 and onwards. Philosophy Editor for Prometheus Books Inc. 2002 and onwards. American Council of Learned Societies: The only philosopher selected for an award in the year 1996. Awarded $20,000. National Endowment for Humanities Award for Summer Stipend, 1995. Full Professor, 1995 and onwards. Philosophy Department, Western Michigan University. Endowed Chair: The Lillian Pierson Lovelace Visiting Professor, Antioch College,1991-1993. Recipient of 1986 Rockefeller Award for the best philosophical work by an academically unaffiliated philosopher, for the article "Problems with the New Tenseless Theory of Time". Runner-up for Machette Prize for the best philosophy book of 1985-86, for The Felt Meanings of the World. Recipient of 1984 Rockefeller Award for the best philosophical work by an academically unaffiliated philosopher, for the article "The Infinite Regress of Temporal Attributions".

Bibliography from Purdue University Press