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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