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Robert Engelman

Robert is currently working on a dissertation in political epistemology that explores how propaganda works within and impacts our forms of life by constraining us in particular ways as practical reasoners. 

Additionally, Robert has active research interests in the history of philosophy, especially in Kant, Hegel, and their diverse philosophical successors in the 20th century. He is also very interested in aesthetics and its relevance to other areas of philosophy, both theoretical and practical.

To see Robert's publications, please visit his webpage:


Social and Political Philosophy, 19th-20th Century Philosophy, Aesthetics