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Tyler Perkins

  • Assistant Professor
    Philosophy Department

I am a philosopher and Assistant Teaching Professor here at Gannon. I am interested in phenomenology, both the history of the movement and also as a method for doing philosophy. Recently, I have been thinking, reading, and writing about the nature of communication, listening, questions, expression, and meaning. 

When I'm not doing philosophy or philosophy-related activities, I enjoy spending time with my family outdoors, listening to music, watching movies, cooking, and doing various projects around the house. I'm an avid reader and especially enjoy novels, short stories, and essays.

  • Philosophy & The Good Life (PHIL 101)
  • Philosophy of Ethical Responsibility (PHIL 236)
  • Philosophy of Knowledge (PHIL 235)
  • Modern Existentialism (PHIL 365)
  • History of Contemporary Philosophy (PHIL 286)
  • St. Francis College, B.A., 2014
  • The New School for Social Research, M.A., 2017
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