Philosophy and Religion Department
Office Address: Stillwell Building, Room 231
- Ph.D., Villanova University
- M.A., Villanova University
- B.A., Wake Forest University
Areas of Interest
19th-20th Century Continental European Philosophy, Philosophy and Literature, Philosophical
Anthropology, Philosophy of Religion, Ancient Philosophy.
Selected Publications & Presentations
- “Apocalyptic ‘Madness’: Strategies for Reading Ecce Homo.” Forthcoming (October 2012)
in Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo, ed. Duncan Large and Nick Martin (New York: de Gruyter,
2012), Nietzsche Today series.
- “Reconstructing the Religious: Deconstruction, Transfiguration, and Witnessing in
The Point of View and On My Work as an Author.” In International Kierkegaard Commentary:
The Point of View, ed. Robert Perkins (Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2010),
- “The Many and the One: The Ontological Multiplicity and Functional Unity of the Person
in the Later Nietzsche,” The Pluralist 4.1 (2009), 1-17.
- “Ricoeur and the Pre-Political,” co-authored with Farhang Erfani, American University,
Continental Philosophy Review 41.4 (2008), 501-521.
o Reprinted as “A New Fragility: Ricoeur in the Age of Globalization,” in Paul Ricoeur
(1913-2005): Honoring and Continuing the Work, ed. Farhang Erfani (Lexington, KY:
Lexington Books, 2011).
- “Questioning the Self: Kierkegaard and Derrida,” Philosophy Today 50.5 (2006), 418-427.
- “The Double Writing of Les Mots: Sartre’s Words as Performative Philosophy,” Sartre
Studies International 12.2 (2006), 61-82.
- “Exile and the Philosophical Challenge to Citizenship,” co-authored with Farhang Erfani,
American University. In Creativity in Exile, ed. Michael Hanne (Amsterdam and New
York: Rodopi, 2004), 41-56.