Publications

'Introduction', to Major Works: Existentialism, volume III: Existentialist Aesthetics and Philosophy of Religion, T. Staehler ed, Routledge, pp. 1–5. ISBN: 978-0-415-66700-5


'Is a Philosophical Critique of Eurocentrism Necessary and Possible?' In re-submission.

Agreeing to Disagree. Book proposal under review.

'Meaningful Disagreement is not only between "Peers."’ Under review.

‘Phenomenology contra the Apocalypse – Husserl, Levinas and the Missing Motif of the Apocalypse’. Co-authored with Patrick Levy. In preparation.

Forthcoming


Presentations

“The Crisis of Eurocentric Sciences.” SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference, Dundee University, UK. September 2015.

“Historicity Itself and the Irrecusably Present: Ambivalences in Heidegger and Derrida.” Collegium Phaenomenologicum Participant’s conference, Citta di Castello, Italy. July 2015.

“The Crisis of Eurocentric Sciences.” University of Sussex, UK. June 2015.

"The University and the infinite task of reason beyond Europe." University of Sussex, UK. March 2015.

"Beyond Narcissus and Echo: Reason and Truth in Intersubjectivity." History, Art History, and Philosophy Research Seminar, University of Sussex, UK. January 2015.

"For Husserl, it is the pure possibility of communication and other ideas that makes objectivity possible." Graduate Colloquium, University of Essex, UK. November 2014

“Husserl's Foundation of Ideal History.” St. Nicholas Day Colloquium, University of Sussex, UK. December 2013.

“History and Objectivity in late Husserl.” Sussex Undergraduate Philosophy Society, UK. December 2013.

“Why Husserl's Critique of Science is Historical.” University of Sussex, UK. November 2013.

“Making Sense of the End of the World.” SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference, UK. September 2013.

“Making Sense of the End of the World.” University of Sussex, UK. August 2013.

“What is Ideal History?” University of Sussex, UK. December 2012.

“The Past, Before Time.” University of Sussex, UK. October 2012.

“Bracketing the Past.” Third Derrida Today Conference 2012, University of California at Irvine, USA. July 2012.

“The Problem of Genesis in Derrida’s Philosophy.” Derrida Konferenz Frankfurt 2012, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany. March 2012.

“In the Event of My Demise.” Paper presented at University of Sussex, UK. June 2011

“Parricide and Philosophy: Non-Being in Plato’s Pharmacy.” JD11: re-Reading Dissemination, University of Sussex, UK. June 2011.

“Hidden Islands of Life: Nietzsche and the Science of Mystery.” 12th annual conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, Ankara, Turkey. August 2010.

“Derrida Tomorrow! On Literature as the Philosophy ‘to come’ in Derrida’s Later Speeches.” Second Derrida Today conference, The Goodenough Club, London, UK. July 2010.

“Possibility of Literature.” Paper presented at the Textual Revolutions conference, University of Stirling, UK. May 2009.

 

Non-Academic

“Disagreement.’” Set performed at Stand-up Philosophy, London, UK. September 2016.

 “Nietzsche’s ‘God is dead.’” Set performed at Stand-up Philosophy, London, UK. June 2016.

Stand-Up Philosophy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Themes: Love, Humour, Democracy. August 2015.

“What is Philosophy?” Seminar for College-aged students at Self-Managed Learning College, Brighton, UK. June 2014.

“Sex and Repetition.” Set performed at Stand-up Philosophy, London, UK. April 2014

“What Kind of Love is Philosophy?” Set performed at Stand-up Philosophy, London, UK. September 2013.

“Time for Philosophy.” Set performed at Stand-up Philosophy, London, UK. July 2013.

“Graduate Study in the UK.” Seminar given at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. December 2011.