Nathan Carson, Ph.D. publishes in three journals

Nathan Carson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Program Director of Philosophy B.A., Director, FPU Wilderness Programs

Nathan Carson, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy, has published in three journals recently, with another article forthcoming:

  • "Walker Percy's ‘Theory of Man' and the Elimination of Virtue," in A Political Companion to Walker Percy, Peter Lawler and Brian Smith (eds.). Series: Political Companions to Great American Authors, Patrick J. Deneen, ed. (University of Kentucky Press, 2013), 87-118.
  • "Passionate Epistemology: Kierkegaard on Skepticism, Approximate Knowledge, and Higher Existential Truth," in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy 40:1 (March 2013), 29-49.
  • "Poetic Representation and Existential Time: On Kierkegaard's Reduction of Literary Art to Subjective Communication," in History of Philosophy Quarterly 30:3 (July 2013), 233-250.
  • "Getting into the Game of Tradition-Constituted Moral Inquiry: Does MacIntyre's Particularism Offer a Rational Way In?" in International Philosophical Quarterly (March 2014).

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Wayne Steffen
Associate Director of Publications and Media Relations