Scholar Spotlight

Individual scholarship is crucial to academic conversation and progress, and the work of specialized research so often tirelessly operates, unglorified. We here at The Lawn Chair Philosophy Foundation would like to shine a light on the wonderful work that philosophers do within their particular fields, in celebration of the academic process. And through this Scholar Spotlight Series, we also hope to render more accessible the vast horizon of potential avenues of actual philosophical research and discussion for our constituents.

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, check out the following sites:

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