Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy
Wake Forest University
Tribble B308
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
(336) 758-4086

bardona@wfu.edu

 

 


Teaching and Research

My areas of particular interest include the philosophy of time, Kant, and early modern philosophy.

I have also taught and published on subjects in epistemology, medical ethics, information technology ethics, and political philosophy.

My recent research concerns our awareness of time. I have been writing about how the preconditions of coherent experience, as described by Kant, can help explain our commitment to the passage of time. I am also working on a history of the philosophy of time, from Parmenides to Einstein.

My regular teaching includes courses in the philosophy of space and time, early modern philosophy, Kant, and political philosophy.

For a look at my CV, click here.

Check out the new home page and online forum for the Philosophy of Time Society.


   
           

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