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Frim, Landon (PhD)

Assistant Professor
Department of Communication & Philosophy
Office:
Phone: 239-745-4412
Email: dfrim@fgcu.edu

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Education

Ph.D. in Philosophy (2012), Stony Brook University, New York & Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany. (Transatlantic Collegium of Philosophy)
Graduate Certificate in Cultural Studies (2010), Stony Brook University, New York.
MA in Philosophy (2009), Stony Brook University, New York.

Research and Teaching Interests

Research focuses on the Enlightenment rationalism of Baruch Spinoza and its implications for today’s politics.

Publications

His work has appeared in the journals EpochéSociety and PoliticsTeaching Ethics, and Ethics, Policy, and Environment. He has also written for popular outlets including Jacobin Magazine, The New Republic, Salvage Magazine, and Inside Higher Ed. His recent textbook, The Moral Labyrinth (2019), explores canonical ethical texts through novel thought experiments.

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