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  • Joseph Lemelin

    Onassis Greek Lecturer

    Email
    lemej459@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    D - Albert & Vera List Academic Center - 6 East 16th Street

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    Joseph Lemelin

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    Joseph's work centers on the philosophical history of the distinction between the natural and the artificial. Currently, he is researching the ways that contemporary technologies transform self-understanding and draw from the philosophy of technology, philosophy of mind, and critical theory.

    Joseph earned his doctorate in Philosophy from The New School for Social Research with a dissertation on the emergence of the concepts of nature and artifice in ancient Greek philosophy, and in Aristotle’s physics in particular. During the 2018–2019 academic year, he was a postdoctoral researcher at New York University, studying the development of artificial intelligence technologies. He has also taught philosophy and literary studies at Eugene Lang College and Parsons School of Design, and was previously a fellow at the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography and Social Thought.


    Current Courses

    Ancient Greek, Beginner

    Ancient Greek, Intermediate

    Life and Being in Aristotle

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