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Ed D'Angelo replied to Kevin S. Jobe's discussion A Genealogy of 'Professional' Philosophy in the group Continental Philosophy as Public Philosophy
"Of course, any institution--the university included--will impose constraints on its members. Philosophy done within an institutional context will be constrained along lines that conform to the institution's agenda. You don't need…"
Jul 31, 2012
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'The BioPolitics of Homelessness' - a work in progress

The BioPolitics of Homelessness Kevin S. JobePhilosophy DepartmentSUNY at Stony BrookDissertation Proposal Outline, in progressOne of the central problems of the public health industry at least since the 1960s has been to address what theNational Center for Health Statistics has called “the burden of death and illness experienced by low-income groups as compared with the nation as a whole”[1]. This focus on improving the overall health of ‘populations-at-risk’, however, has produced what some…See More
Dec 9, 2010
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Philosophers in the City

For those doing philosophical work on urban issues
Dec 6, 2010
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Pedagogy: Public Philosophy in the Classroom

A discussion about higher education and the role of philosophy in it, as well as strategies, methods, and tools for teaching philosophy and critical thinking in the university and elsewhere.
Dec 6, 2010
Ellen K. Feder replied to Kevin S. Jobe's discussion A Genealogy of 'Professional' Philosophy in the group Continental Philosophy as Public Philosophy
"For what it's worth, I wrote a paper that might be of use, using John McCumber's work, "Time in the Ditch" (McCumber's book with same title, came out a couple of years later, and I think it would be a must read for your…"
Nov 24, 2010
Kevin S. Jobe added a discussion to the group Continental Philosophy as Public Philosophy
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A Genealogy of 'Professional' Philosophy

So, I'm working on this paper in hopes to present at the Foucault Circle next Spring. Thoughts/comments? (I'm also considering creating an entirely separate forum concentrating on the genealogy of professional philosophy and moving this post over there; thoughts?)A Genealogy of the “PhD Octopus”: A Foucaultian Case Study of Professional Philosophy Kevin S. JobeStony Brook University (SUNY)PhilosophyDepartmentThe professionalapparatus of the PhD system in philosophy and its related disciplines…See More
Nov 19, 2010
Kevin S. Jobe replied to Sharon M. Meagher's discussion What is Public Philosophy?
"Dear Sharon (and all), The website is great. I'll keep the accolades short: this project is not only overdue, but extremely relevant in probably more ways than can be expressed. With that said, let's think about the question "What is…"
Nov 19, 2010
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Continental Philosophy as Public Philosophy

For members of SPEP and other continental philosophers who want collaborate on public philosophy projects and/or discuss the public relevance of various schools of continental philosophy
Nov 18, 2010
Kevin S. Jobe is now a member of Public Philosophy Network
Nov 18, 2010

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problematizaing Home, Homelessness, and Habitation; BioPolitics; neoliberal strategies of research and investment as forms of biopolitical governance and regulation.



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At 12:42pm on November 19, 2010, Sharon M. Meagher said…
Kevin: Welcome! the general forum is intended to be a place specifically where all of us can engage in a philosophical dialogue about what public philosophy is. The site is organized so that members can pursue both particular questions that engage them (and the public) as well as questions that cut across issues, questions about the very nature of our work. Sharon
 
 
 

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