Amanda Lusky

  • Teaching Assistant
1406 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-4374
Research Interests:
Education

In-progress: Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY), expected 2014. Completed: Graduate Certificate, Cognitive Science, University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY), expected 2012. Completed: M.A., Philosophy, University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY), 2011. Completed: B.A. with distinction, Philosophy, University of North Carolina-Asheville (Asheville, NC), 2007.

Biography

Philosopher and artist.

Graduate Training

Fall 2011: Research Assistant for Dr. Stefan Bird-Pollan (Philosophy), University of Kentucky.
Spring 2008: Editing Assistant for Humanities Department, University of North Carolina-Asheville.
2007-2008: Research Assistant for Philosophy Department, University of North Carolina-Asheville.
Spring 2007: Lecturer for Great Quote Lecture Series (Center for Applied Philosophy), Hendersonville, NC.

Selected Publications: 

Spring 2012:  “Pragmatic Tweets:  Twitter and Deweyan Democracy”, Paper presented at the Atlantic Coast Pragmatist Society meeting, Williamsburg, VA

Spring 2011:  “Moore, James”, “Bishop, Robert Hamilton”, and “Holley, Horace”,  Entries in the Dictionary of Early American Philosophers, ed. John Shook, Published by Continuum

Spring 2011:  “Edification and Aesthetics:  Deweyan Responsibility after Rorty”, Paper presented at the Atlantic Coast Pragmatist Society meeting, Asheville, NC

Fall 2009:  “Streams of Language:  The Addition of William James to Wittgenstein’s Rejection of Private Language”, Paper presented at the Northwest Student Philosophy Conference, Bellingham, WA

Spring 2007:  “Situated Empiricism:  Sartre’s Phenomenological Reconsideration of Objectivity in Modern Science”, Paper presented at the Science and Humanities Conference (sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities), University of North Carolina-Asheville

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