Name Leo Stan
School School of Liberal Studies

Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice 

Bachelor of Applied Health and Information Science 

Bachelor of Early Learning Program Development
Academic and Professional Designations

Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Ph.D., Department of Religious Studies, McMaster University, Canada

M.A., Department of Philosophy, Brock University, Canada

B.A., Department of Philosophy, Bucharest University, Romania

Title Professor
Courses Taught Intro to Philosophy
Areas of Expertise & Interest Continental Philosophy, Ethics, Religion
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities

6 years of pedagogical experience as a university teaching assistant; 

9 years of pedagogical experience as a university professor; 

1 year of experience in computer software programing and maintenance.
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications

Selfhood and Otherness in Kierkegaard’s Authorship, Lexington Books, forthcoming. 

“Fertile Contradictions,” in Kierkegaard Studies. Yearbook 2016: 75-97. 

Kierkegaard’s Social-Political Posterity,” in The Blackwell Companion to Kierkegaard, Blackwell Publishing, 2015: 435-449.
Additional Information My pedagogy tries to combine analytical flexibility with a clear and passionate presentation of the subject matter. As I understand it, the principal telos of the pedagogical enterprise should be the joy of learning, a sense of wonder, and a heightened capacity for critical thought.

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