Bernardo Andrade

Bernardo Andrade
Emory University | EU · Department of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am a doctoral candidate in philosophy at Emory University. Recently, I was also a visiting fellow at Tilburg University, in the Netherlands (Spring 2022). I am currently writing a dissertation on Levinas's philosophy of time, in particular on his concept of diachrony. My interests include contemporary French philosophy, ethics, and Neoplatonism.
Additional affiliations
February 2022 - May 2022
Tilburg University
Position
  • Visiting Fellow
Education
August 2018 - June 2021
Emory University
Field of study
  • Philosophy
September 2014 - May 2018
Middlebury College
Field of study
  • Philosophy

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Publications (4)
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In this paper, I argue that Plotinus does not limit the sphere of free human agency simply to intellectual contemplation, but rather extends it all the way to human praxis. Plotinus’s goal in the first six chapters of Ennead 6.8 is, accordingly, to demarcate the space of freedom within human practical actions. He ultimately concludes that our exter...
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In this paper, I argue that Plotinus's critique of divine deliberation in Ennead 6.7 does not seek to banish teleology altogether from his philosophy of nature. Rather, his critique aims to situate teleology within his own metaphysical system so as to reconcile it with the basic principles governing the intelligible universe. In this sense, Plotinu...
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Departing from Anderson’s (2016) suggestion that there are three communities in Peirce’s thought corresponding to his three normative sciences of logic, ethics, and esthetics, I argue that these communities partake in a relationship of dependence similar to that found among the normative sciences. In this way, just as logic relies on ethics which r...
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Departing from Anderson's (2016) suggestion that there are three communities in Peirce's thought corresponding to his three normative sciences of logic, ethics, and esthetics, I argue that these communities partake in a relationship of dependence similar to that found among the normative sciences. In this way, just as logic relies on ethics which r...