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Graham Bounds

PhD Student

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Previous Degree/s: BS in Biology, Louisiana State University; MA in Philosophy, Louisiana State University.

Philosophical Interests: Heidegger, phenomenology, transcendental philosophy, German idealism, epistemology, philosophy of perception, philosophy of mind.

Publications

 (with Jon Cogburn) "Identitätsphilosophie and the Sensibility that Understands." Comparative and Continental Philosophy, 8.3 (2016): 255-270.

Presentations

"McDowell and the Second Nature of Objects: Sense, Ontology, and Normativity," Workshop: The Nature of the Normative, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Fall 2017

"Structural Causality and the Shepherd of Being," Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy, California State University, Northridge, Summer 2017

"P-Zombies, Primary Intensions, and Epistemic Humility," Philosophy Club Colloquium, Louisiana State University, Spring 2017

“A Cheap Holiday in Other People’s Misery: Towards Compatibilism about Immoral Art,” Rocky Mountain Division meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics, Santa Fe, July 8-10, 2016.

“Phenomenology and the Dialectic of Description,” Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy, Texas A&M University, May 19-21, 2016

 “Rationalism In and For Itself: Post-Critique, Hegelian Dialectic, and the Role of the Empirical,” San Diego State University Student Conference in Philosophy, San Diego, October 17, 2015

 “Heidegger’s Dialectic in The Origin of the Work of Art,” Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy, Northern Arizona University, May 29-31, 2015.

 “Identitätsphilosophie and the Sensibility that Understands” (with Jon Cogburn of Louisiana State University), Society for German Idealism group session, 2014 Pacific Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association, San Diego, April 16-20, 2014     

Identitätsphilosophie and the Sensibility that Understands” (with Jon Cogburn of Louisiana State University), Pittsburgh Summer Symposium in Contemporary Philosophy: Schelling and Naturphilosophie, August 3-9, 2013