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About Jason Waller

Jason Waller has many philosophical interests. His research began with a focus on the radical modern philosopher Benedict Spinoza. He wrote a book on Spinoza's metaphysics of time and (with Daniel Frank) a book on his political philosophy. Then Waller's research interests shifted towards the relationship between belief in God and the modern sciences. He is currently engaged in a major writing project on the fine-tuning of our universe for the evolution of intelligent life. In addition he has significant teaching interests in the Philosophy of Law and Ethics. When not doing philosophy, Waller enjoys classic novels (favorite authors: Leo Tolstoy, Virginia Woolf, Henry James and Sylvia Plath) and learning to play the piano (esp., Beethoven and Chopin).

Positions

Present Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities and Philosophy, Kenyon College
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Contact Information

P: (740) 427-5974
Timberlake House 03


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