Boston University
Department of Philosophy
PhD, 2023
Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America

Jordan is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Brandeis University who specializes in the ethics of technology, social and political philosophy, the philosophy of art, and phenomenology. His current research is focused on the ethical, political, and phenomenological issues generated by the meteoric rise of modern digital and biomedical technologies, specifically the ways that VR and XR technologies manipulate normative affordance structures and how cyborg technologies (e.g., brain-computer interface like Neuralink) play into pernicious forms of ableist “cure aesthetics.”

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