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I am interested in the ways in which philosophical study and dialogue can be carried on across traditional disciplinary and institutional boundaries. I'm currently directing the social media initiative of the Penn State Rock Ethics Institute and the blog project for the North American Kant Society. I also serve as coordinator for teaching and learning with technology in the Department of Philosophy at Penn State, and as a member of the College of Liberal Arts faculty advisory board for teaching and learning with technology. In all of these capacities, I am working to understand the significance that new technologies have for the ways we (are) connect(ed) with one another in our pursuit of the traditional aims of philosophy.
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Hi Mark, Thanks for joining the PPN! You can now also join the group that I created for the Rock. Since this site is still in its early stages, it would be a great help if you promoted the Rock and what we are doing there by posting a brief little write up.