Chris Lucibella


BA, Philosophy - American University, 2011

MA, Philosophy - University of Memphis, 2013



20th Century Continental Philosophy, Social/Political Philosophy


Bioethics, Philosophy of Gender, Aesthetics


"Imagining the Self: Lacan and Levinas on the Formation of the 'I'." International Conference on Persons: Boston, MA. August 3-7, 2015.

"File Sharing, Markets, and the Culture Industry: Is Internet Piracy a Threat to Capitalism?" Midsouth Philosophy Conference: Memphis, TN. March 13-14, 2015.

"The Bellicose and the Bête: Fictional Origins of Sovereign Authority in Derrida and Lyotard." Derrida Today Conference: New York, NY. May 28-31, 2014.

"Deviations from the Norm: The Danger of Classifying Intersex Conditions as Disorders." Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy Annual Conference: Auckland, New Zealand. December 9-12, 2012.

"The Rightfulness of Unauthorized Publication: Kant and Hegel on Intellectual Property." University of Pennsylvania Philosophy Graduate Student Conference: Philadelphia, PA. November 9-11 2012.

"Ambiguity, Urgency, Power: Intersex Management and the Limits of Sex Dimorphism." University of Kentucky Philosophy Graduate Student Conference: Lexington, KY. March 23-24, 2012.


"The Decision on the Exception." Prometheus, Issue No. 2, Johns Hopkins University (2010).

"Filesharing and Ownership of Digital Objects: Intellectual Property According to Kant's Theory of Possession." Theoretical & Applied Ethics, Vol. 1, No. 1 (November 2010).


Courses taught

Biomedical Ethics: Summer 2014
Fundamental Issues in Philosophy: Fall 2014, Spring 2015

Contact information

Office: Clement 124
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