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Guenova, Ludmila Ludmilova


Assistant Professor of Letters
College of Letters
860.685.2322
Butterfield Unit C 313

Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Philosophy Department
860.685.2322
Russell House 14 LL

BA Harvard University
PHD Stanford University

EMAIL:
lguenova@wesleyan.edu
WESLEYAN PO BOX:
Philosophy Department
COURSES TAUGHT THIS SEMESTER:
COL245 - 01
PHIL279 - 01
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
My current book project examines the role of systematicity in Kant's philosophy. I argue that, despite its regulative status, the principle of systematicity must be considered a necessary condition for the possibility of experience on a par with the categories. Appreciating the true import of the principle of systematicity not only forces us to reconsider central tenets of Kant's epistemology, but also, and more generally, it helps us to recognize the deeper connection of theoretical philosophy to aesthetics, teleology, and practical philosophy.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Kant, History of Modern Philosophy History of Early Modern Philosophy Aesthetics
OFFICE HOURS:

Wednesdays, 4-5pm and by appointment (Squash 319)