CV (with papers)

Reed Winegar
Fordham University
Philosophy Department
B25 Collins Hall
441 E. Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
Telephone: 718-817-2987
Fax: 718-817-3300

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Fordham University, Assistant Professor (tenure-track) 2012 – Present

Freie Universität Berlin, Gastwissenschaftler 2015-16

EDUCATION

University of Pennyslvania, Ph.D. in Philosophy 2012
Harvard University, B.A. in Philosophy 2005

Areas of Specialization: Kant, German Idealism, Early Modern Philosophy
Areas of Competence: Aesthetics, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion

PUBLICATIONS

Research Papers

“Kant on God’s Intuitive Understanding.” Kantian Review (forthcoming)
PrePrint version available here: PrePrint

“God’s Mind in the 3rd Critique.” Natur und Freiheit. Akten des XII. Kant-Kongresses 2015. Berlin: de Gruyter. (forthcoming)
PrePrint version available here: PrePrint

“To Suspend Finitude Itself: Hegel’s Reaction to Kant’s First Antinomy.” Hegel Bulletin 37 (2016): 81-103
PrePrint version available here: PrePrint

“Kant’s Criticisms of Hume’s Dialogues concerning Natural Religion.” British Journal for the History of Philosophy 23 (2015): 888-910.
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“An Unfamiliar and Positive Law: On Kant and Schiller.” Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 95 (2013): 275-297.
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“Good Sense, Art, and Morality in Hume’s ‘Of the Standard of Taste.’” The Journal of
Scottish Philosophy 9 (2011): 17-35. Special Issue on Scottish Aesthetics, edited by Andrew Chignell and Timothy M. Costelloe.
PrePrint version available here: PrePrint

Entries

“discursive”, “intellectus archetypus”, “intellectus ectypus”, and “intuitive.” Cambridge Kant Lexicon, edited by Julian Wuerth. (forthcoming)

Book Reviews

“Review of Dalia Nassar’s The Romantic Absolute: Being and Knowing in Early German Romanticism, 1795-1804 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014).” Hegel Bulletin (available on “Early View”)

“Review of Wayne Waxman’s Kant’s Anatomy of the Intelligent Mind (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, November 2015.

“Critical Commentary for Book Symposium on Dalia Nassar’s The Romantic Absolute: Being and Knowing in Early German Romanticism, 1795-1804 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014).” Critique: Discussing Works on Kant and German Idealism (2015)

WORK IN PROGRESS

“Kant and Hutcheson on Teleology” invited contribution for Kant and the Scottish Enlightenment, edited by Elizabeth Robinson and Chris Surprenant. Routledge.

Infinity in Early Modern Philosophy, edited with Ohad Nachtomy. (under review)

PRESENTATIONS

Paper Presentations

“Kant on the Supersensible: Intuitive Understanding and Things in Themselves”
American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Kansas City, March 2017 (upcoming)
UK Kant Society Annual Conference: Normativity and Naturalism, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, September 2016
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Rosefeldt Kolloquium, May 2016
KU Leuven, Belgium, December 2015
Universität Basel, Switzerland, November 2015

“The Antinomy of Taste”
The Disunity of Reason: On Kant’s Antinomies, Freie Universität Berlin, July 2016

“Kant on Infinity”
Infinity in Early Modern Philosophy: The NYC Workshop in Jerusalem, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, June 2016

“The Unity of Mechanism and Teleology: Kant’s Antinomy of Teleology”
Critical Connections: An International Conference, Tel Aviv University, Israel, June 2016
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Perler Kolloquium, May 2016
9th Nordic Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy, Tampere, Finland, May 2016

“God’s Mind in the 3rd Critique
12. Internationaler Kant-Kongress, Vienna, Austria, September 2015
3rd Leuven Kant Conference, KU Leuven, Belgium, May 2015
Contemporary Debates in German Idealism, Xavier University, April 2015
Tel Aviv University, Israel, March 2015

“Kant on God’s Intuitive Understanding”
Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, Israel, March 2015
UK Kant Society Annual Conference: Logic and Metaphysics, Oxford, United Kingdom, August 2014
Alexander Baumgarten’s Metaphysics: Sources, Interpretation and Influence, La Salle, March 2014

“Kant’s Criticisms of Hume’s Dialogues concerning Natural Religion”
Leuven Kant Conference, KU Leuven, Belgium, May 2014
UK Kant Society Annual Conference, Heythrop College
, United Kingdom, August 2013

“Hegel on Beauty and the World-Whole”
30. Internationaler Hegel-Kongress der Internationalen Hegel-Gesellschaft: Hegels Antwort auf Kant, University of Vienna, April 2014

“To Suspend Finitude Itself: Hegel’s Early Reaction to Kant’s First Antinomy”
North American Kant Society, Midwest Study Group, Indiana University Southeast, March 2013

“Kant’s Critical Resolution of the Antinomy of Practical Reason”
New York German Idealism Workshop, The New School, February 2013

“The Categories and the Unconditioned”
Pure Forms of Thought: Categories in Kant and German Idealism, An International Conference, University of Pennsylvania, April 2012

“Hume’s ‘Dangerous Arguments’: The Impact of Hume’s Dialogues concerning Natural Religion on Kant’s Antinomy of the Teleological Power of Judgment”
III. Multilaterales Kant-Kolloquium: Kant und das antinomische Denken, Mainz, Germany, October 2011
Penn Graduate Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, September 2011

“An Unfamiliar and Positive Law: On Kant, Schiller, and Hegel”
North American Kant Society, Eastern Study Group, Boston College, April 2011
Kant and Hegel: A Joint Conference of the UK Kant Society and Hegel Society of Great Britain, Oxford, United Kingdom, September 2010

“Berkeley’s Escape from the Labyrinth: Reevaluating Berkeley’s Attitude towards Infinite Divisibility”
Berkeley’s A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge: International Tercentenary Conference, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, April 2010
Pacific Northwest/Western Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Simon Fraser University, Canada, October 2008

“Good Sense, Art, and Morality in Hume’s ‘Of the Standard of Taste’”
Southwestern Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, University of New Mexico, February 2010

“Do Trompe L’oeil Paintings Represent?”
Canadian Society for Aesthetics, Carleton College, Canada, May 2009

Comments

“Comments on Michelle Kosch’s ‘Fichtean Kantianism in Nineteenth-Century Ethics'”
American Philosophical Association, Philadelphia, December 2014

“Comments on Terry Pinkard’s Hegel’s Naturalism
American Catholic Philosophical Association, Washington D.C., October 2014

“Comments on Brian Chance’s ‘Wolffian Logic, General Logic, and the Categories'”
Nature and Freedom in Kant: A Conference in Honor of Paul Guyer, Brown, October 2013

“Comments on Arthur Ripstein’s “Not on the Merits: Kant and the Law of War”
Fordham Natural Law Colloquium, September 2013

“Comments on Samantha Matherne’s ‘Kant’s Expressive Theory of Music'”
2nd Biennial Meeting of the North American Kant Society, Cornell, June 2013

“Comments on Bryan Hall’s ‘Fichte’s False Dilemma'”
American Philosophical Association, Central Division, New Orleans, February 2013

“Comments on Rafeeq Hasan’s ‘Politics, Property, Personhood: Kant’s Rousseauian Return'”
New York German Idealism Workshop, The New School, November 2012

Graduate Student Respondent to the Panel “4Real”
Penn Undergraduate Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, March 2011

“Comments on Ralf Bader’s ‘Kant and the Conditional Intrinsic Value of Happiness’”
Princeton-Penn-Columbia Graduate Conference in the History of Philosophy, Princeton, April 2010

“Comments on Ben Blumson’s ‘Depiction and Composition’”
American Society for Aesthetics, Pacific Division, Asilomar, April 2009

Other Presentations

“On Grace and Dignity”
Phi Sigma Tau Induction Ceremony, Fordham University, April 2014

AWARDS, HONORS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

North American Kant Society, Wilfrid Sellars Prize, Honorable Mention, 2015

Andrew W. Mellon/Volkswagen-Stiftung Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities at Universities and Research Institutes in Germany, 2015-16

Faculty Fellowship, Fordham University, 2015

Internal Faculty Activities Fund, Fordham University, 2014

Faculty Research Grant, Fordham University, 2014-15

Internal Faculty Activities Fund, Fordham University, 2013

Ames Fund Recipient, Fordham University, 2013

First Year Faculty Research Grant, Fordham University, 2013-14

Andrew W. Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2012-13 (declined in favor of tenure-track appointment)

Charlotte W. Newcombe Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2012-13 (declined in favor of tenure-track appointment)

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) Research Grant, 2012-13 (declined in favor of tenure-track appointment)

Josephine de Karman Dissertation Completion Fellowship, 2012-13 (declined in favor of tenure-track appointment)

President Gutmann Leadership Award, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2011

Andrew W. Mellon Graduate Research Fellow, Penn Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, 2011-12

Dean’s Scholar, Graduate Division, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2011

School of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2010

Graduate Student Essay Prize, Berkeley’s A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge: International Tercentenary Conference, April 2010

Dean’s Summer Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2009

Bacon Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2009

Graduate Student Essay Prize, Canadian Society for Aesthetics, May 2009

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Primary Instructor

Kant I: Critique of Pure Reason (graduate seminar), Fordham University, Fall 2016

Professional Writing Seminar (graduate seminar), Fordham University, Fall 2016

Immanuel Kant: Critique of Pure Reason, Fordham University, Fall 2016

Kant on Morality and Religion, Fordham University, Spring 2015

Philosophy of Human Nature EP, Fordham University, Spring 2015

Concepts and Reality, Fordham University, Fall 2014

Philosophy of Human Nature EP (2 sections), Fordham University, Fall 2014

Immanuel Kant: Critique of Pure Reason, Fordham University, Spring 2014

Philosophy of Human Nature EP (2 sections), Spring 2014

Kant and German Idealism (graduate seminar), Fordham University, Fall 2013

Philosophy of Human Nature EP, Fordham University, Fall 2013

Philosophy of Human Nature, Fordham University, Summer 2013

Kant and Hegel, Fordham University, Spring 2013

Philosophy of Human Nature, Fordham University, Spring 2013

Philosophy of Human Nature (2 sections), Fordham University, Fall 2012

Introduction to Philosophy: Naturalism and the Human Being, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2011

History of Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Hegel, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2011

Teaching Assistant

History of Modern Philosophy, Primary Instructor: Karen Detlefsen, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2010

Philosophy of Mind, Primary Instructor: Elisabeth Camp, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2009

Formal Logic, Primary Instructor: Scott Weinstein, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2009

History of Ancient Philosophy, Primary Instructor: Charles Kahn, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2008

SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Referee for British Journal for the History of Philosophy (multiple times), Cambridge University Press, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism (multiple times), Kantian Review (multiple times), and Oxford University Press

Graduate Placement Officer, Fordham Philosophy Department, 2016-Present

Conference Organizer, The Disunity of Reason: On Kant’s Antinomies, Freie Universität Berlin, 2016

Member of North American Kant Society, Eastern Study Group Organizational Committee, 2015–Present

Conference Co-Organizer, New York City Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy, 2013-Present

PhilPapers editor for the areas “Kant: God” and “Kant: Teleology in Religion” 2014-Present

Organizer of German-Language Philosophy Reading Group, Fordham University 2012-Present

Graduate Admissions Committee, Fordham Philosophy Department, 2015

Lectures and Speakers Committee, Fordham Philosophy Department, 2014-15

Merit Committee, Fordham Philosophy Department, 2015

Session Chair, “Colloquium: Kant,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Baltimore, December 2013

Session Chair, “Hegel,” NYU Conference on Issues in Modern Philosophy: Consciousness, November 2014

Fordham Philosophy Department Executive Committee, 2013-15

Session Chair, New York City Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy, February 2013

Philosophy Department Colloquium Coordinator, University of Pennsylvania 2011-12

Member of the Organizing Committee for the Penn Graduate Humanities Forum Conference: Adaptations, University of Pennsylvania 2012

Member of the Organizing Committee for the Princeton-Penn-Columbia Graduate Conference in the History of Philosophy 2011

Philosophy Department Graduate Student Representative and Faculty Liaison, University of Pennsylvania 2010-11

Session Chair, “Symposium: Kant’s Philosophy of Mathematics,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, New York City, December 2009

Philosophy Department Representative to the Penn Graduate Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania 2007-9

GRADUATE COURSES (• indicates audited course)

Kant
Kant’s Moral and Political Philosophy, Paul Guyer
Kant’s Response to Leibniz and Hume, Paul Guyer*
Kant’s Theoretical Philosophy, Paul Guyer
The Reception of Kant’s Ethics, Paul Guyer

Hegel and German Idealism
Development of German Idealism, Rolf-Peter Horstmann
Hegel, Rolf-Peter Horstmann
Hegel and Analytic Philosophy, Gunnar Hindrichs*
Hegel’s Theory of Reason, Gunnar Hindrichs*

Early Modern Philosophy
British Empiricism, Karen Detlefsen
Descartes, Karen Detlefsen
Eighteenth-Century Aesthetics, Paul Guyer*
Independent Study on Teleology, Karen Detlefsen
Leibniz, Karen Detlefsen

Aesthetics, Philosophy of Mind, and Other Topics
Art and the Emotions, Paul Guyer and Elisabeth Camp
Formal Logic, Scott Weinstein
Metaphysics, Susan Schneider
Philosophy and Visual Perception, Gary Hatfield
Plato, Charles Kahn
Proseminar, James Ross

LANGUAGES

German (reading, writing, speaking), some reading knowledge of Ancient Greek, French, Latin, and Spanish

REFERENCES

Paul Guyer, Jonathan Nelson Professor of Humanities and Philosophy
Brown University
Box 1918
Providence, RI 02912
Paul_Guyer@brown.edu
(401) 863-2460

Gary Hatfield, Adam Seybert Professor in Moral and Intellectual Philosophy
University of Pennsylvania
433 Claudia Cohen Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6304
hatfield@seas.upenn.edu
(215) 898-6346

Rolf-Peter Horstmann, Chair of Classical German Philosophy (Emeritus)
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6, Raum 3042b
Berlin, Germany
horstmannr@cms.hu-berlin.de
49 30 2093-2206

James Kreines, Professor of Philosophy
Claremont McKenna College
850 Columbia Ave
Claremont, CA 91711
jkreines@cmc.edu
(909) 607-6845

Andrew Chignell, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Cornell University
228 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
chignell@cornell.edu
(607) 255-3687

Karen Detlefsen, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Education
University of Pennsylvania
433 Claudia Cohen Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6304
detlefse@sas.upenn.edu
(215) 898-5568

last updated: October 19, 2016