PhD Graduate of Southern Illinois University Carbondale in the Fall of 2018, John developed a method of the measure of intensive magnitudes in the mode of feeling based upon Henri Bergson’s thought in Time and Free Will: an Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness. His areas of interest include process philosophy, radical empiricism, personalism, political and economic philosophy, philosophy of liberation, philosophy of race, and philosophy of science. His current research interests are dedicated to the development of a process personalism loosely based on works done by the Boston Personalists, Enrique Dussel, Henri Bergson, and Alfred N. Whitehead among others. The centerpiece of this theoretical framework is an account of dignity that is deeply processual and distinguishable from processes of honor and respect.
Last updated on April 4th, 2020.