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肯尼斯·帕森斯博士

副教授 P磨练 816-501-2407 E邮件 kenneth.parsons@avila.edu

Dr. Parsons is an 副教授 of Philosophy at Avila University. He joined the department in August 2008 from his previous teaching positions at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan (2007-08) and SUNY-Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York (2005-07). His research currently focuses on the philosophical problems of how we represent phenomena of violence and how we exercise moral judgments about it, in particular as these problems relate to mass violence & genocide. In this arena, the questions are:

  • 它是什么,正在考虑进行反思时,一个“明确认为暴力”?
  • 如何哲学家代表和在现象反映在其最具体表现为伤害和痛苦的经历吗?
  • 如何一帧暴力的历史现实的方式,这使得暴力突出对那些它被代表了?

He has presented his research in the Republic of Korea, Hungary, Canada, and Italy, most recently with the Society for European Philosophy/Forum for European Philosophy. He currently teaches courses within the areas of Social-Political Philosophy (Feminist Philosophy, Philosophy of Race, Philosophies of Violence & Power), Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Human Rights & Social Justice, and Critical Reasoning. He continues to co-teach interdisciplinary courses which integrate Philosophy and other academic perspectives/methodologies (Women’s & Gender Studies, Media & Film Studies, and Social Work). Finally, as part of a 4-year project funded by the 康拉德ñ。希尔顿基金会 to the global Sisters of St. Joseph community, Dr. Parsons is working with Dr. Coburn on designing, refining, and evaluating a Cultural Diversity & Conflict Management curriculum, along with many Sisters of St. Joseph from around the world. Within their evaluator roles, the project has taken them to France, Haiti, Denmark, Argentina, Brazil, India, and the U.S. 

博士,密歇根州立大学
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