Flynn, Bernard

Bernard Flynn

Bernard Flynn
PhD 1967,  Duquesne University Pittsburgh
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy New School Social Research, Professor of Philosophy State University of New York (Empire State College)

Concentrations: political philosophy, phenomenology, contemporary European philosophy and conceptual history.
Recent Publications:

The philosophy of Claude Lefort; Interpreting the Political

(Northwestern University press 1996 Spanish translation Bonus Arras 2009, French translation Paris 2010)

Merleau-Ponty and The Possibilities of Philosophy, coeditor SUNY press 2009,

Merleau-Ponty On Fact and Essence in Rethinking Facticity edited David Pettigrew SUNY press 2008,

Merleau-Ponty and Lévi-Strauss as Critics of Jean-Paul Sartre,

Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 2009, Democracy and Ontology, Researches in Phenomenology 2009,

The development of the Political Philosophy of Merleau-Ponty,

Continental Philosophy Review 2007,

Politica- Theology and its Vissitudes, Constellations 2010,

Political philosophy at the Closure of Metaphysics, (Humanities Press 1996).

Office Location:
6 East 16th Street, 10th Floor
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Research Interests:
 Theories of secularization, conceptual history and political philosophy and modernity

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