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John F. Humphrey

Associate Professor

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Contact
General Classroom Building A-311
Education
B.A.Art, Religion-Philosophy / Manchester College
Ph.D.Philosophy / The New School for Social Research
MAPhilosophy / The New School for Social Research
OtherFine arts; anatomy for artists; figure drawing; fundamentals of drawing / The Art Students League of New York

Bio

Dr. Humphrey has published articles in ancient philosophy, nineteenth century philosophy, and critical theory in such journals as Convergence Review, Existentia Meletai Sophias: An International Journal of Philosophy, Nordicum-Mediterraneum, Philosophy and Literature, and Southwest Philosophical Review. He has also published a translation of Joan Stambaugh’s Untersuchungen zur Problem der Zeit bei Nietzsche under the title of The Problem of Time in Nietzsche and a collection of essays, Depoliticization: The Political Imaginary of Global Capitalism, with Dr. Ingerid S. Straume.

Research Interests

Dr. J. F. Humphrey's research interests are in the history of philosophy. - http://www.ncat.edu/~converge/ - http://www.existentia.hu/ - http://nome.unak.is/ - http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/philosophy_and_literature/ - http://www.southwesternphilosophical.com/

Recent Publications

  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2017). (Democracy: Exclusion or Inclusion?). In Mke Friedrichsen and Yahya Kamilipour, (Digital Transformation in Journalism and News Media) ). Springer.
  • Stephen Bloch-Schulman, J. Humphrey, Spoma Jovanovic, Hollyce Giles, Audrey Campbell, Stephen Bloch-Schulman, J. Humphrey, Audrey Campbell (2015). ("What Kind of Community? An Inquiry into Teaching Practices that Move beyond Exclusion,"). In Spoma Jovanovi, (1) 6, pp. 26 ). Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning &Civic Engagement.
  • Stephen Bloch-Schulman, J. Humphrey, Spoma Jovanovic, Hollyce Giles, Audrey Campbell, Stephen Bloch-Schulman, J. Humphrey, Audrey Campbell (2015). ("What Kind of Community? An Inquiry into Teaching Practices that Move beyond Exclusion,"). In Spoma Jovanovi, (1) 6, pp. 26 ). Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning &Civic Engagement.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2014). ("Friedrich Nietzsche's Subjective Artist"). In Gary L. Hagberg, (2) 38, pp. 380-94 ). Philosophy and Literature.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2014). ("Friedrich Nietzsche's Subjective Artist"). In Gary L. Hagberg, (2) 38, pp. 380-94 ). Philosophy and Literature.
  • John Humphrey, Ingrid Straume, John Humphrey, Ingrid Straume (2011). (“Introduction: Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism” ). In Ingerid S. Straume, and J. F. Humphrey, (Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism) pp. 9-19 ). NSU Press.
  • John Humphrey, Ingrid Straume, John Humphrey, Ingrid Straume (2011). (“Introduction: Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism” ). In Ingerid S. Straume, and J. F. Humphrey, (Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism) pp. 9-19 ). NSU Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2011). (“The Transcendental Power of Money: Karl Marx’s Argument in the 'Grundrisse'”). In Ingerid S. Straume and J. F. Humphrey, (Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism) pp. 155-88 ). NSU Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2011). (“The Transcendental Power of Money: Karl Marx’s Argument in the 'Grundrisse'”). In Ingerid S. Straume and J. F. Humphrey, (Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism) pp. 155-88 ). NSU Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2010). ( “Business Ethics” ). In Richard H. Corrigan and Mary E. Farrell, (Ethics: A University Reader) pp. 41-78 ). Progressive Frontiers Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2010). (“Reflection on the Economic Crisis. The Transcendental Character of Money: An Exposition of Karl Marx’s Argument in the Grundrisse.” ). In Giorgio Baruchello, (1) 5, pp. 1-24 ). Nordicum-Mediterraneum: Icelandic E-Journal of Nordic and Mediterranean Studies .
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2010). ( “Business Ethics” ). In Richard H. Corrigan and Mary E. Farrell, (Ethics: A University Reader) pp. 41-78 ). Progressive Frontiers Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2010). (“Reflection on the Economic Crisis. The Transcendental Character of Money: An Exposition of Karl Marx’s Argument in the Grundrisse.” ). In Giorgio Baruchello, (1) 5, pp. 1-24 ). Nordicum-Mediterraneum: Icelandic E-Journal of Nordic and Mediterranean Studies .
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2009). (“The Two Cultures Once More: The Ethical Imperative of a Cross Cultural Dialogue”). In Joseph L. Graves, Jr., (1) 1, pp. 66-78 ). Convergence Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2009). (“There is Good Hope that Death is a Blessing”). In Dennis Cooley and Lloyd Steffen, (Innovative Dialogue. Probing the Boundaries: Re-Imagining Death and Dying) pp. 25-32 ). Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2009). (“Self-Interest and the Common Good in Book One of Homer’s Iliad” ). In Giorgio Baruchello, (1) 4, pp. 1-10 ). Nordicum-Mediterraneum: Icelandic E-Journal of Nordic and Mediterranean Studies.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2009). (“The Two Cultures Once More: The Ethical Imperative of a Cross Cultural Dialogue”). In Joseph L. Graves, Jr., (1) 1, pp. 66-78 ). Convergence Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2009). (“There is Good Hope that Death is a Blessing”). In Dennis Cooley and Lloyd Steffen, (Innovative Dialogue. Probing the Boundaries: Re-Imagining Death and Dying) pp. 25-32 ). Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2009). (“Self-Interest and the Common Good in Book One of Homer’s Iliad” ). In Giorgio Baruchello, (1) 4, pp. 1-10 ). Nordicum-Mediterraneum: Icelandic E-Journal of Nordic and Mediterranean Studies.
  • , John Humphrey, John Humphrey (2008). (“Self-Interest and the Common Good in Book One of Homer’s Iliad” ). In Laszlo Balogh, (3-4) 18, pp. 179-85 ). Existentia: Meletai Sophias.