Dr. Carl F. Cranor
Professor of Philosophy

University of Colorado, B.A. 1966 (Cum Laude, Mathematics and General Studies)
Major: Mathematics; Minor: Physics
University of California, Los Angeles
Cand. Phil., 1970 (Philosophy)
Ph.D., 1971 (Philosophy)
Yale Law School
Master of Studies in Law (MSL), 1981

Office : (951) 827-2353
e-mail : carl.cranor@ucr.edu
Legal and Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Law and Science, Philosophy of Risk Assessment.
  • Legal Philosophy
  • Philosophic Issues in Science and the Law
  • Moral Philosophy
  • Regulatory Policy
  • Political Philosophy
Elected Fellow, Collegium Ramazzini, International Headquarters, Carpi , Italy (2003)
Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (1998)
Distinguished Humanist Achievement Lecture, UC Riverside, Ideas and Society (1997)
National Science Foundation Scholars Award (1996-98)
Fellow and Convenor, “Ethical Issues in Genetics and Genetic Technology,” University of California Humanities Research Institute, 1991
Congressional Fellow, American Philosophical Association, 1985-86
Fellow, Institute on Kantian Ethical Thought (NEH), 1983
Fellow, Master of Studies in Law, Yale Law School, 1980-81
Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies, 1980-81
Fellow, Institute on Law and Ethics (NEH and Rockefeller), 1977
U.C. Fellow, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Research Fellowship Program, 1976
U.C. Regents' Humanities Institute Fellowship, Spring 1976
Fellow, NDEA, Title IV, UCLA, 1971
Chancellor's Fellow, UCLA, 1966-1970
Honorable Mention, Danforth Fellowship, 1966
Fellow, Ford Foundation, Three Year Master's Degree Program, University of Colorado, 1964-66
Phi Beta Kappa, 1966
Graduated cum laude in Mathematics and General Studies, University of Colorado , 1966


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