Samuel MunroeSamuel Munroe


B.A., Philosophy, Metropolitan State University of Denver
M.A., Philosophy, Georgia State University


Areas of Interest:

German Idealism (esp. Kant and Hegel); 19th and 20th Century European Philosophy; Social and Political Philosophy; Philosophy of History


  • “Political Constructivism and Philosophical Debates about Personhood: A Response to Forst” Presented at the Midsouth Philosophy Conference, March 2018. 
  • “Agamben on Infancy as the Trans-Historical Condition of Historicity: An Interpretation and (Partial) Defense” presented at SPEP, October 2019.
  • "Expert Groups and Expert Group Members: A Non-Reductive and Non-Summative Account" Presented at Pacific APA, April 2022
  • "Self-Consciousness, Jemeinigkeit, and Practical Normativity in Being and Time" Presented at The Heidegger Circle, May 2022
  • "The Method and Aims of Wynter's Humanism" Presenting at Caribbean Philosophical Association October 2022 
  • "The Method and Aims of Wynter's Humanism" Presenting at SPEP October 2022


Office: 315 Clement Hall
Office Hours: TR 11:00 am- 12:15 pm
email: spmunroe@memphis.edu