Samuel Stoner, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

508-767-7568 Founders Hall - Room 304

Degrees Earned

Ph.D., Tulane University, Department of Philosophy, 2014
M.A., Tulane University, Department of Philosophy, 2011
B.A., University of Notre Dame, Program of Liberal Studies, Peace Studies, 2008
 

Peer Reviewed Articles

“Kant on Common-sense and the Unity of Judgments of Taste,” Kant Yearbook, forthcoming. 
 

“Kant on the Philosopher’s Proper Activity: From Legislation to Admiration,” Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, forthcoming.
 

“A Note on Virgil’s Account of Hell in Dante’s Inferno,” The St. John’s Review, 60.1-2, 2018-2019, pp. 61-72.
 

“Who is Descartes’ Evil Genius?” Journal of Early Modern Studies, 7.2, 2018, pp. 9-29. 
 

“Kant on the Power and Limits of Pathos: Toward a ‘Critique of Poetic Rhetoric,’” Philosophy and Rhetoric, 50.1, 2017, pp. 73-95.
 

“On the Primacy of the Spectator in Kant’s Account of Genius,” The Review of Metaphysics, 70.1, 2016, pp. 87-116.