New York University (Master's)
I've been studying, writing and teaching philosophy for more than 15 years, and I've been tutoring private students for more than 6 years.
My areas of interest in philosophy include Existentialism, Phenomenology, American Pragmatism and the Philosophy of Mind, but I also have a strong background in Ancient and Modern Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Science and Probability Theory. I'm a published philosopher, and lucky enough to have worked with some of the most distinguished thinkers of our time.
In addition to philosophy, I have taught academic writing to both undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of fields. My teaching style is focused but relaxed, and I tailor each lesson to the needs of the individual student.
*BA in philosophy from UC-Berkeley (with honors)
*MA in philosophy from NYU (with full funding on a GSA scholarship)
*2 years teaching philosophy and literature to undergraduates at NYU
*1 year teaching philosophy, literature and film, as well as writing and reading, in Seoul, South Korea
*6 years tutoring private students
Other Relevant Experience:
*Published philosopher and referee for top academic journals
I look forward to hearing from you. I've been studying, writing and teaching philosophy for more than 15 years, and I've been tutoring private students for more than 6 years.
My areas of interest in philosophy include Existentialism, Phenomenology,
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I am well-versed in ancient, modern and contemporary philosophy, with more than 10 years of experience teaching and tutoring.