Kant on Representation, Consciousness, and (a Weak Sense of) Cognition:
Against Transparency

I provide an account of an important sense of representation, consciousness, and cognition in Kant's lectures on logic and his critical works. I argue that neither of these notions involves transparency

Kant on the Singularity of Intuition: Thoroughgoing Determination
and Cognition

I argue that Kant's notion of an intuition is maximally

PHI101: Introduction to Philosophy

Co-taught with Savannah Kincaid (Rutgers)

Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women  |  Fall 2018

Course accredited by Raritan Valley Community College

On Kant

PHI201: Introductory Logic

Hans Halvorson, Princeton  |  Spring 2018

Student Evaluations  |  Sample handouts 1, 2, 3

PHI301: Aristotle and his Successors

Ben Morison, Princeton  |  Spring 2017

Student Evaluations   |  Sample handouts 1, 2, 3

PHI312: Intermediate Logic

Hans Halvorson, Princeton  |  Fall 2016

Student Evaluations  |  Sample handouts 1, 2, 3