Ted Toadvine

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Nancy Tuana Director of the Rock Ethics Institute and Associate Professor, Philosophy

Research Summary

Ted Toadvine specializes in the study of nature and the environment using the methods of phenomenology and deconstruction. His current work explores the philosophical and ethical significance of deep time, the eschatological imaginary of environmentalism, the relation between geomateriality and memory, and biodiacritics.

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Recent Publications

Biodiversity at twenty-five years: Revolution or red herring?

Morar, N., Toadvine, T. & Bohannan, B. J. M., Jan 2 2015, In: Ethics, Policy and Environment. 18, 1, p. 16-29 14 p.

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The Elemental Past

Toadvine, Jr., T. A., Jul 31 2014, In: Research in Phenomenology. 44, 2, p. 262-279 18 p.

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Introduction: Continental philosophy: What and where will it be?

Toadvine, T., Jun 1 2012, In: Southern Journal of Philosophy. 50, 2, p. 171-179 9 p.

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Life beyond biologism

Toadvine, T., Jun 1 2010, In: Research in Phenomenology. 40, 2, p. 243-266 24 p.

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Natural time and immemorial nature

Toadvine, Jr., T. A., 2009, In: Philosophy Today. 53, SUPPL., p. 214-221 8 p.

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