Kant and Post-Kantian Philosophy
Our fundamental orientations to the world are cognitive and aesthetic. The philosophy of mind which underwrites Kantian judgments of taste gives the bearings for a sensible account of intentionality.
My philosophical interests include Kant and the reception of Kant in Continental and Anglo-American philosophy, aesthetics, 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy.
In 2012 I received my PhD from the New School for Social Research with the dissertation, “Orientation: Kant and the Aesthetic Content of Cognition”, and currently I am Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Dakota.