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Wendy Lynne Lee
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http://https://bloomu.academia.edu/WendyLee
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Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
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Philosophy
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Wendy Lynne Lee is professor of philosophy at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania where she has taught for over 25 years. Her primary objectives have long been to realize a philosophically informed life both professionally, as a citizen dissident, and personally. She is deeply committed to teaching, writing, and a life as a robustly engaged feminist insurgent particularly in the environmental movement as a writer, researcher, and amateur photographer. Lee has published about 40 scholarly essays in her areas of expertise--philosophy of language (particularly later Wittgenstein), philosophy of mind/brain, feminist theory, theory of sexual identity, post-Marxian theory, nonhuman animal welfare, ecological aesthetics, aesthetic phenomenology, and philosophy of ecology. She was a founding member of the Shale Justice Coalition, ran for Lt. Governor on the Pennsylvania Green Party 2014 ticket, and was vice president of the National Community Rights Network (CELDF). She's a life-long vegetarian and home to a number of rescue animals. She writes an incendiary current issues blog called The Wrench. Her most recent book is "Eco-Nihilism: The Philosophical Geopolitics of the Climate Change Apocalypse," Lexington Press. She is now drafting "This is Environmental Ethics" for Blackwell.

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