Sean Dorrance Kelly

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I am Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University. My work focuses on various aspects of the philosophical, phenomenological, and cognitive neuroscientific nature of human experience. This gives me a broad forum: recent work has addressed, for example, the experience of time, the possibility of demonstrating that monkeys have blindsighted experience, and the understanding of the sacred in Homer. I have taught courses on 20th century French and German Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Perception, Imagination and Memory, Aesthetics, and Philosophy of Literature.

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Update 12/16: Draft of a speech on General Education in America, given on 12/14 in Guangzhou, China. Please click here.

All Things Shining, a new book that I've co-written with Hubert Dreyfus, will be available from Free Press in January 2011. See the links page for the blog and book.

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Department of Philosophy
302 Emerson Hall
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138

Email: sdkelly@fas.harvard.edu
Tel: (617) 495-3915

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