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James Kintz (Ph.D., Saint Louis University, 2018) joined the philosophy department at Saint Joseph’s College in 2018. His research focuses on issues in philosophy of mind, medieval philosophy, and metaphysics, but he also has interests in philosophy of religion, phenomenology, ethics, and ancient philosophy. His current projects explore the relation between mind and world, as well as the nature of interpersonal relations and intersubjectivity. For more information, visit his personal website at jameskintz.com
“The Illuminative Function of the Agent Intellect,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, published online 30 August, 2018, forthcoming in print.
“Forgiveness Then Satisfaction: Why The Order Matters for a Theory of the Atonement,” Religious Studies, published online 20 March, 2018, forthcoming in print.
“The Unity of the Knower and the Known: The Phenomenology of Aristotle and the Metaphysics of Husserl,” Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy 22(2), Spring 2018: 293-313.