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Thomas K Seung

ProfessorPhD, Yale



Philosophy of law, continental philosophy, political philosophy, Kant


His interests range widely over ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of law, hermeneutics, Kant, Plato, and ancient Chinese philosophy. Among his many books are Plato Rediscovered (Rowman and Littlefield, 1996),Kant's Platonic Revolution in Moral and Political Philosophy (Johns Hopkins, 1994), Intuition and Construction: The Foundation of Normative Theory (Yale, 1993), Structuralism and Hermeneutics (Columbia, 1982), and Kant's Transcendental Logic (Yale, 1969). He was Research Fellow in Philosophy at Harvard University and has held both NEH and ACLS Fellowships.

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