Teaching in Spring 21: PHIL 1020 section 001, section 002, section 003; PHIL 1200 003

Patrick Leland (PhD, Johns Hopkins) specializes in early and late modern European philosophy.  His primary research focuses on 18th century German philosophy from Leibniz to Kant and, in particular, Kant's theoretical philosophy.  Recent publications include:

  1. “Rational Responsibility and the Assertoric Character of Bald-Faced Lies,” Analysis 75:4 (2015) 550-54
  2. “Unconscious Representations in Kant’s Early Writings,” Kantian Review 23:2 (2018) 257-84
  3. “Kant on Consciousness in Animals,” Studi Kantiani 31 (2018) 75-107
  4. “Wolff, Baumgarten, and the Technical Idiom of Post-Leibnizian Philosophy of Mind,” Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy 21 (2018) 129-48
  5. “Kant and the Primacy of Judgment Before the First Critique,” Journal of the History of Philosophy 57:2 (2019) 281-312
  6. “Kant, organisms, and representation,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (2019) (in press)

Further information can be found at: https://philpeople.org/profiles/patrick-r-leland