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Duncan Cordry

Duncan Cordry

Graduate Student // Philosophy

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Duncan Cordry received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy with a minor in mathematics from the University of Tennessee and later a Master of Arts in philosophy from the University of New Mexico. His research focuses primarily on the political philosophy of technology and its intersections with insurrectionist ethics. More broadly, he maintains interests in French post-structuralism (especially the work of Deleuze), as well as phenomenology, animality, and general philosophical issues surrounding time, language, and the Anthropocene. Beyond philosophy his interests include painting, harmonica, and long camping trips in remote places.