The Humanities Research Center is pleased to announce the launch of the Superdeep Seminar, led by Professor Nathan Hauthaler.
The Superdeep Seminar is a work-in-progess seminar for DKU’s undergraduate philosophical community (broadly construed). The seminar meets regularly to allow students to present, workshop, and refine their philosophical projects (essays, presentations, signature work, etc.). Brief presentations are followed by general Q&A; snacks and refreshments are served. The Superdeep Seminar thus figures both as a forum for focused intellectual engagement and a space for students to socialize and share their thoughts and interests. Everyone is welcome to attend.
For further information on the seminar and on getting involved, please contact: Nathan Hauthaler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathan Hauthaler is a Lecturer in Philosophy at DKU, and Assistant Professor of the Practice at Duke University. His work focuses on fundamental issues in agency and action, which he addresses from various systematic and historical vantage points. He is the author of essays in the philosophy of action, epistemology, the history of philosophy, as well as public international law. Hauthaler received his PhD in Philosophy from Stanford in 2020, having before obtained a Mag. phil. in Philosophy and a Mag. iur. in Law from Graz University, and an MPhilStud in Philosophy from the University of London (Birkbeck).