Jon K. Burmeister
Ph.D., Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Phone: 617 552-4841
Fax: 617 552-3874
Jon Burmeister has taught in the Perspectives Program at Boston College since 2011, and also teaches in the philosophy department.
His research areas include Hegel, Nietzsche, philosophy of language, and the role of ancient Greek thought in the development of 19th c. German philosophy.
Jon received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston College in 2011. His dissertation was on Hegel's view of the kind of language that best enables philosophical thinking.
“Hegel’s Living Logic,” in Research in Phenomenology, Volume 43.2, 2013, pg. 243-264.
Heinrich Rickert, “Knowing and Cognizing: Critical Remarks on Theoretical Intuitionism,” in The Neo-Kantian Reader: An Anthology of Key Texts. Edited by Sebastian Luft. New York/London: Routledge, 2012.
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