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Bube to dedicate time to penning next book
BATESVILLE — Dr. Paul Custodio Bube, W. Lewis McColgan Chair of Religion, was granted a half-year sabbatical for the spring semester of 2015.
In his application for leave, Bube outlined his plans to write a book on Ethics and Process Thought.
“This is an area of research that goes back to my dissertation, and first book, Ethics in John Cobb’s Process Theology,” Bube writes.
During his last sabbatical in the fall of 2007, Bube completed most of the writing on Revealing Applied Ethics, a DVD-based textbook that he now uses in his Introduction to Ethics class.
As part of his research plans, Bube is applying for a grant from the American Council of Learned Societies funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities that would allow him to study how process thought is being developed in China.