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Christopher Yeomans

Associate Professor
Philosophy, BRNG
cyeomans@purdue.edu

Historically, Yeomans' current research focuses on 19th century German philosophy, particularly Hegel.  Topically, Yeomans primarily interested in questions concerning free will and agency.  But agency is not just a discrete topic; it has important connections to issues in the nature of subjectivity, ethics and political philosophy, metaphysics, and the philosophy of science.  Much of Yeomans' work on agency is done in terms of explorations of Hegel and late modern German philosophy precisely because these thinkers were more alive to these connections than are contemporary writers on agency.

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