Jesse Bailey, Ph.D. Dr. Bailey joined the Philosophy Department at Sacred Heart University in 2011. His primary academic interest is in Ancient Philosophy. He is the faculty advisor for the Philosophy/Religious Studies Club. Degrees: Bachelor’s in Philosophy, University of Texas-Austin; Master’s, St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico; Ph.D. Penn State University. Teaching responsibilities: Introduction to Philosophy; The Search for Truth, Justice, and the Common Good; Philosophy of Plato; Truth and the Unconscious.
Enframing the Flesh: Heidegger, Transhumanism, and the Body as "Standing Reserve", Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications (2014)
I argue that Heidegger's account of technology as "enframing" is a helpful lens through which...
Logos and Psyche in Plato's Phaedo, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications (2011)
In this dissertation I argue that, according to the Phaedo, the ψυχή should not be...