Jamie Kelly Associate Professor of Philosophy
Jamie Kelly has a BA in English and Philosophy (2000), and an MA in Philosophy (2002) from Carleton University. He received his PhD in Philosophy from Boston University in 2007. His primary interests concern the relationship between political philosophy and empirical research into human decision-making. His current work focuses upon the role of political judgment in various theories of democracy. He also has interests in Ethics, Legal Philosophy and Kant scholarship (especially Kant’s account of the power of judgment).
- BA, MA, Carleton University; PhD, Boston University
- At Vassar since 2008
Departments and Programs
- PHIL/STS 106. Philosophical & Contemporary Issues
- PHIL 393. Reading Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason
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