Dr. Christopher Kluz

Publications

Dr. Christopher Kluz
Title:

Lecturer in General Education, Deputy Director of GE Division

Education Background:
PhD in Philosophy (Emory University)
MA in Philosophy (Emory University)
AB in Philosophy (The University of Chicago)

Office Address

Room 422, Zhi Xin, 2001 Longxiang Blvd. Longang District; Shenzhen, China 518172

Phone

755 8427 3142

Teaching Area

History of Western Philosophy; Political Theory; Ethics

Research

Early Modern Philosophy; Moral Psychology

PublicationsInfo

Edited Book:
·         Doing without Free Will: Spinoza and Contemporary Moral Problems. Edited by Ursula Goldenbaum and Christopher Kluz. New York: Lexington, 2015. 

Chapter in Book
·         “Moral Responsibility without Free Will: Spinoza’s Social Approach.” In Doing without Free Will: Spinoza and Contemporary Moral Problems, edited by Ursula Goldenbaum and Christopher Kluz. New York: Lexington, 2015.
Presentations
·         “Spinoza on Free Will, Freedom, and Determinism,” Hong Kong Baptist University, College of International Education, January 2016.
·         “Contemplation as Virtuous Activity: Spinoza’s Improvement on Aristotle’s Ethics,” Kyoto Conference on Coleridge and Contemplation,” Kyoto Notre Dame University, Kyoto, Japan, March 2015.
·         “Free Will, Freedom, and Moral Responsibility: What Spinoza Can Contribute to the Contemporary Free Will Debate,” North American Spinoza Society, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Conference, Atlanta, GA, December 2013. 


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