Joshua M. Hall is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Liberal Studies Program at William Paterson University. His research focuses various historical and geographical lenses on philosophy's boundaries, particularly the intersection of aesthetics, psychology and social justice. He has published over forty peer-reviewed journal articles (including in Philosophy Compass and Philosophy and Literature) and ten anthology chapters (including in the forthcoming Dance and Philosophy), and edited with Sarah Tyson, Philosophy Imprisoned: The Love of Wisdom in the Age of Mass Incarceration. His related work in the arts includes one mini…

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