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Jacqueline Mariña

Jacqueline Mariña

Professor // Philosophy

Professor // Philosophy and Literature // SIS

Professor // Religious Studies // SIS

Climate & Diversity Coordinator // Philosophy

Curriculum vitae

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Room: BRNG 7134


Phone: (765) 494-3979

Dr. Mariña works in the areas of ethics and philosophy of religion, with a special focus on the philosophy of Immanuel Kant and his reception. She recently completed a book on Kant’s ethics entitled Freedom and Insight in which she argues that there is no “great reversal” in Kant’s ethics and that Kant’s arguments were consistent across Groundwork and the second Critique. Dr. Mariña is currently working on two other book projects, one on Kant’s religion and another on Kant and personal identity.  She has also published extensively on Friedrich Schleiermacher; she is the author of Transformation of the Self in the Thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher (OUP 2008) and editor of the Cambridge Companion to Friedrich Schleiermacher (CUP 2005). She has published numerous papers, most of which are available on Academia.   


Kant, Schleiermacher, Philosophy of Religion