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Paul Hammond
BA, Philosophy - Rice University
Research and Teaching
Paul's research focuses on Social and Political Thought and 20th-century Continental Philosophy, especially the work of Gilles Deleuze. His dissertation argues that Deleuze's work contains a novel and interesting, non-representative conception of action, and that this conception can be applied to collective agents to helpfully illuminate the distinction between a social practice and a social norm. He also has research interests in Feminist Theory, Early Modern Philosophy, and Philosophy of Law. Paul has taught Logic, Introduction to Philosophy, and Critical Thinking at Memphis, and is also the author of two chapters in the forthcoming volume, Veronica Mars and Philosophy.


Contact Details
PhD student
Office: 120 Clement Hall
Email: pwhmmond<at>memphis<dot>edu
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