My research in philosophy of religion engages modern Jewish thought and American pragmatism. My recent published work challenges the standard interpretations of Emerson, James, and Dewey as well as the tradition as a whole by concentrating on the continuing role of the religious in classical American pragmatism. This complements my current writings on the reconstruction of the central theological categories of creation, revelation, and redemption and the constitution of ethical community in the work of Mordecai Kaplan and Martin Buber.
State University of New York at BinghamtonRegular Faculty
Department of Religious Studies
Vestal, New York, United States of America