John F. Humphrey

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentLiberal Studies

Phone336-285-2103

Emailjfhumphr@ncat.edu

OfficeGeneral Classroom Building
Room: A-311

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

John F. Humphrey

Education

Ph D: Philosophy, The New School for Social Research, 1992

MA: Philosophy, The New School for Social Research, 1978

Other: Fine arts; anatomy for artists; figure drawing; fundamentals of drawing, The Art Students League of New York, 1972

BA: Art, Religion-Philosophy , Manchester College, 1971


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

Bloch-Schulman,  Stephen  Humphrey,  J.   Jovanovic,  Spoma  Giles,  Hollyce  Campbell,  Audrey  ( 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.

Humphrey,  John  ( 2014).  "Friedrich Nietzsche's Subjective Artist".  In Gary L. Hagberg  ( 2,  38,  pp. 380-94).   Philosophy and Literature.

Humphrey,  John  Straume,  Ingrid  ( 2011).  “Introduction: Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism” .  In Ingerid S. Straume, and J. F. Humphrey,  Depoliticization: The Social Imaginary of Global Capitalism    NSU Press.

Humphrey,  John  ( 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    NSU Press.

Humphrey,  John  ( 2010).  “Business Ethics” .  In Richard H. Corrigan and Mary E. Farrell,  Ethics: A University Reader    Progressive Frontiers Press.

Humphrey,  John  ( 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 .

Humphrey,  John  ( 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    Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Humphrey,  John  ( 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.

Humphrey,  John  ( 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.

Humphrey,  John  ( 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.

Humphrey,  John  ( 1998).  “The Limits of Language and Autonomous Creation”.  In J. K. Swindler  ( 2,  14,  pp. 45 – 63).   Southwest Philosophy Review.

Humphrey,  John  ( 1996).  Challenge To American Democracy: Readings in Political Philosophy.  In J. F. Humphrey    McGraw Hill.