Assistant Professor of Philosophy
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or by appointment
Hans Lottenbach joined the Kenyon Faculty in 2010. Before coming to Kenyon he taught philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, Princeton University, and UCLA. His current research interest is in the practical philosophy of German Idealism and its relation to modern metaphysics.
Areas of Expertise
Kant and German Idealism, History of Modern Philosophy, Political Philosophy
Lic. Phil (Philosophy) University of Zurich
Ph.D. (Philosophy) University of Pittsburgh
"Lazy Lethargy and Fullness of Joy: Locke on Desire and Happiness," Locke Studies, Vol. 9 (2009), 97-122.
"Subjectivism, Utility, and Autonomy," Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77 (1996), 19-35.
"Monkish Virtues, Artificial Lives: On Hume's Genealogy of Morals," Canadian Journal of Philosophy 26 (1996), 367-388.
"Hegel's Critique of Kant in the Philosophy of Right," Kant-Studien 86 (1995), 211-230 (with Sergio Tenenbaum).
"Expected Utility and Constrained Maximization: Problems of Compatibility," Erkenntnis 41 (1994), 37-48.
PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 208 Contemporary Political Philosophy
PHIL 215 19th Century Philosophy
PHIL 345 Kant