Dr. Christopher Davidson
In the last year, Chris published: “A Spinozist Aesthetics of Affects and Its Political Implications.” In The Concept of Affectivity in Early Modern Philosophy, edited by Gàbor Boros, Judit Szalai, and Olivér István Tóth. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University Press (2017), 185-206.
A little further back, he co-edited a book which came out at the end of 2016: New Philosophies of Sex and Love: Thinking through Desire, on Roman & Littlefield International. My co-editors were Sarah LaChance Adams and Caroline Lundquist.
In the last year, Chris presented on these topics:
Author Meets Critics, on New Philosophies of Sex and Love: Thinking through Desire, Invited Talk, American Philosophical Association, Central Division, 2018.
“Discipline and Educate: Ethical Government of Self and Others from Descartes to Kant,” Invited Talk, Seminar for Work in Progress, Macquarie University, 2017.
“Music, Melancholia, and the Artistic Production of Disobedience: A Spinozist Aesthetics,” The Arts of Spinoza + Pacific Spinoza, University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology, 2017.
“The Use of Insult: Foucauldian Parrhesia (Frank Speech) in Ancient Ethics,” 49th Meeting of the North Texas Philosophical Association, University of Dallas, 2017.