13Levinas’ Critique of Gurvitch in the Early French Reception of HeideggerSouthwest Philosophy Review 38 (2): 81-95. 2022.
8What is Fascism Without a State?: Countering Claims of Bataille’s Left FascismCritical Horizons 23 (4): 361-372. 2022.The recent increased prominence of far-right movements and nationalism has led to a renewed focus on the political thought of the early twentieth century. This era is defined by large strands of anti-liberalism, fascism, communism, and other political inclinations and practices that have largely fallen out of favour. Nevertheless, there are a multitude of thinkers that occupy unique niches that avoid these classifications but are associated with these movements to categorise and minimise their h…Read more
17Nostalgia and (In)authentic Community: A Bataillean Answer to the Heidegger ControversyDissertation, University of South Florida. 2020.Heidegger’s relationship with Nazism has been debated since the 1930s. In the late 1930s, Georges Bataille wrote an incomplete text that would have added to these debates, “Critique of Heidegger: Critique of a philosophy of fascism.” I draw on this fragment and Bataille’s writings from this era in order to develop a fuller critique of Heidegger and his relationship to fascism. This expanded critique completes the promise of Bataille’s original fragment, offering a full Bataillean criticism of He…Read more
University of TampaPhilosophy & ReligionVisiting assistant professor
University of South Florida
Department of Philosophy
Areas of Specialization
|Continental Political Philosophy|