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  • [2010-09-03] Levinas's Symbiotic Phenomenology of Infinity and Totality 

    Wood, Christian
    I present a novel interpretation of Emmanuel Levinas's phenomenology wherein I argue that his seemingly antagonistic and exclusive notions of "totality" and "infinity" are best understood, rather, as symbiotic, interdependent, ...
  • [2011-07-02] Quest for a Deaf Child: Ethics and Genetics 

    Burke, Teresa Blankmeyer
    This project investigates the question of whether it is morally justifiable to use genetic technology in order to bear a deaf child. Even though it may seem counterintuitive to hearing people, deaf people often desire to ...
  • [2011-08-17] An Uncanny Nature: Taking a Side Road to Aesthetic Appreciation of Environment 

    Owens Hagerman, Allison
    I’ve always been drawn to all things uncanny, which is how I believe I ended up devoting so much time to the study of philosophy. Those little moments of dissonance within the structure of our everyday lives that give us ...