I am a Professor of Philosophy at the
University of New Mexico, where I have been a faculty member since 2005. I
taught at Fresno State from 2003 to 2005, and before that, I was a graduate
student at Indiana University, where I earned my PhD in the History and
Philosophy of Science. My research
focuses on the interplay of philosophy, mathematics, and science in the
early modern period (and in the work of Descartes, Newton, and Kant, in
Currently, I am Associate Dean for
Curriculum and Instruction in the UNM College of Arts and Sciences. I am
also an Editorial Board Member for Oxford
Studies in Early Modern Philosophy and Past President of HOPOS, The International Society for the History
of Philosophy of Science.
I regularly teach courses in early modern
philosophy and philosophy of science, and I am the recipient of four UNM
teaching awards: the 2014 Presidential Teaching Fellowship, the 2011
Faculty Teaching Award from the UNM Alumni Association, the 2009 Award for
Teaching Excellence from the College of Arts & Sciences, and the
2006-2007 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award.
The best way to reach me is via email at mdomski ‘at’ unm ‘dot’ edu. If youդ rather
use snail mail, you can find my mailing address on the UNM Philosophy
Department web site.
All the pictures included on this site
were taken by me (using my cell phone).