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Peter Nennig

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PhD student

Peter Nennig is a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Georgia. He is interested in questions concerning metaphysics and epistemology in modern and 19th century philosophy, especially in the works of Hegel. 

Education:

B.A. Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2014

M.A. Philosophy, Georgia State University, 2018

Research Interests:

Metaphysics, Social & Political Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, German Idealism, and "Continental Philosophy"

Selected Publications:

“Mechanical Memory and the Speculative Sentence: The Importance of Language for Hegel in the Phenomenology and Encyclopedia” in Southwest Philosophy Review 2018

Major Professor

DISTINGUISHED RESEARCH PROFESSOR --Logic, Metaphysics, Epistemology, Philosophy of Nature, Philosophy of Mind, Ethics, Aesthetics, Hegel

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