MA Program; BA Philosophy New College of Florida, 2019.
Colton’s primary areas of research include semantic holism, pragmatics, and Wittgenstein. Other areas of interest include: methodology in philosophy, issues of philosophical cannon, epistemology, pragmatism, philosophy of religion, the logical structure of language, paradox, existentialism, eastern philosophy, and history of philosophy.
Colton is currently on the philosophy department’s Graduate Curriculum Committee and a co-organizer of the 2022 Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference. In 2021 he was a Social Activity Coordinator and a guest lecturer at local high schools and co-facilitator for Longmont and Boulder County Library reading groups for the department’s philosophy outreach program (POPCO).