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Jonathan Kim-Reuter

Jonathan Kim-Reuter

Associate Professor


School of Arts and Sciences


Department of Philosophy

Office Location:

Jeffries Hall, Room #122

Office Hours:

Educational Background

  • 2005 Ph.D., Philosophy, Graduate Faculty (New School for Social Research) Dissertation: “Merleau-Ponty’s Reading of Montaigne: The Evolution of a Phenomenological Questioning.” Dissertation Advisor: James Dodd
  • 1994 M.A., Philosophy, Kent State University
  • 1992 B. A., Philosophy, Kent State University

Professional Experience

  • 2013-Present Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy
  • 2005-2013 Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Director of Humanities, Georgian Court University
  • 2005 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Dowling College
  • 2005 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, St. John’s University
  • 2004 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Dowling College
  • 2001 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Eugene Lang College
  • 1999 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Eugene Lang College

Research / Creativity Interest Area

Areas of Specialization
  • Early Modern Philosophy
  • 19-20th Century Continental (esp. Phenomenology)
  • Epistemology
Areas of Competence
  • Philosophy of Psychoanalysis
  • Social and Political Philosophy
  • Ethical Philosophy

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