Scholar Spotlight

Specialized scholarship is crucial to academic conversation and progress in a field such as philosophy, where there are potentially as many subfields of study as there are minds attending the subject. It is an honor to bring to this stage philosophers whose work embodies the right ratio between heart and logic in our Scholar Spotlight Series. The disposition and activity of these scholars generate fresh, diverse perspectives in both their respective fields and philosophy, on the whole. We thank them for contributing and we hope you enjoy!

SCHOLAR SPOTLIGHT, VOL. 5: DR. J. EDWARD HACKETT ON THE NEGLECT OF RADICAL EMPIRICISM AND JAMES’ CRITIQUE OF METAPHYSICS FOR UNDERSTANDING HIS WILL-TO-BELIEVE ARTICLE

For the handout from Dr. Hackett’s presentation, follow the following link:

https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3Ac4be6ac4-0288-35d0-8c67-74837294f521

SCHOLAR SPOTLIGHT, VOL. 4: GIORGI VACHNADZE ON THE BIRTH OF THE VIRUS

For more on Giorgi’s work, please visit:

https://link.medium.com/UAOfAMdCmlb

https://link.medium.com/gWr5Oi8Nalb

Scholar Spotlight, Vol. 3: Ellen Moysan on Husserl’s Phantasy Presentation and Inner Song

For more on Ellen’s work, please visit: www.ellenmoysan.com

Scholar Spotlight, Vol. 2: David Valentine Presents on Kant’s Reception in Husserl and Heidegger

Scholar Spotlight, Vol. 1: Jonah Ragir Presents on Husserl’s Conception of Sedimentation and Its Implications for the Revelatory Power of Art

For more information on the Husserl scholars mentioned, please visit:

https://cuhk.academia.edu/SauliusGeniusas

https://cfs.ku.dk/staff/?pure=en/persons/34520

https://www.bc.edu/bc-web/schools/mcas/departments/philosophy/people/faculty-directory/Dermot-Moran.html