Independent Scholar/Activist, Part-Time Faculty Member
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"Itinerant academic" likely best describes my status
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As a practitioner trained in philosophy and the fine arts and design (an artist-philosopher), my interest lies in conversations around how philosophy drives, informs, or is embedded in specific practices in the public sphere. Specifically, I'm interested in ontology, aesthetics and ethics. I tend to approach philosophy as a verb, rather than a noun; as active, engaged and invaluable to contemporary practices.
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