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1 GABRIEL A. GOTTLIEB Department of Philosophy 1738 Pell St. #2 Xavier University Cincinnati, OH Victory Parkway (646) Cincinnati, OH Employment Ethics, Religion, and Society (E/RS) Director, Xavier University, Xavier University, Assistant Professor, Fall 2010-Present Xavier University, Visiting Assistant Professor, Fall 2009-Summer Education Ph.D. Philosophy, New School for Social Research, M.A. in Philosophy, New School for Social Research, December B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science (Summa cum laude), University of Massachusetts, Boston, May Areas of Specialization German Idealism (Kant, Fichte, Hegel) and 19 th Century Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Action. Areas of Competence Marx and Critical Theory, Ethics. Dissertation Mutual Recognition and Embodiment: Fichte s Theory of Self-Consciousness, Advisor: Jay Bernstein. Committee: Frederick Neuhouser, Alice Crary, Zed Adams. Publications 1. Unreflective Action and the Argument from Speed, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 92 (2011): Know-How, Procedural Knowledge, and the Choking Effect, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences (DOI /s , Summer 2014). 3. Fichte s Developmental Theory of Self-Consciousness in Fichte s Foundations of Natural Right : A Critical Guide (Cambridge: Forthcoming). 4. Introduction to Fichte in Routledge Anthology of 19 th Century Philosophy (ed.) Ben Crowe (Routledge: Forthcoming). 5. Fichte s Deduction of the External World, International Philosophical Quarterly (Forthcoming, June 2015). Editor 1. Fichte s Foundations of Natural Right : A Critical Guide (Cambridge University Press: Under Contract). Book Reviews

2 1. Review Article of Tom Huhn s Imitation and Society: The Persistence of Mimesis in the Aesthetics of Burke, Hogarth, and Kant, in Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal Vol. 27 NO. 1 (Spring 2006). 2. Review Article of Manfred Frank s The Philosophical Foundations of German Romanticism in The Owl of Minerva 38:1-2 ( ). 3. Review Article of Jane Kneller s Kant and the Power of Imagination in Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, Vol. 28 NO. 2 (Fall 2007). Works in Progress 1. Fichte s Logic of Recognition (Under Review) 2. Fichte and the Normativity of Right 3. Fichte s Imagined Community Fellowships and Awards Xavier University Faculty Summer Research Fellowship (w/ stipend, Summer 2013). Xavier Faculty Fellowship for Expanding a Faculty Learning Community Project (w/ stipend and Fall 2012 Teaching Leave, Project title: The Future of Justice ). Xavier University Faculty Summer Research Fellowship (w/ stipend, Summer 2011). Dissertation Fellowship (w/ stipend, Fall 2008-Spring 2009). DAAD Summer Stipend (w/ stipend, Summer 2008, in Germany). Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship for German (w/ stipend, Fall 06- Spring 07). Teaching Fellowship (stipend per class, Fall 2005-Spring 2009). New School University Dean s Fellowship (3 yrs. Beginning Fall 2004). New School Research Assistantship Fall 2007-Spring 2008 (to Jay Bernstein). New School Research Assistantship Fall 2003-Spring 2005 (to James Dodd). New School Tuition Scholarship Fall 2002-Spring Richard J. Landry Award in Political Theory (For overall academic achievement, Political Science, UMass, Boston). Book Award for Distinction (For overall academic achievement, Philosophy, UMass, Boston). KNAPP Scholarship (Merit based, Political Science, UMass, Boston). Teaching Experience Xavier University Ethics as Intro to Philosophy (Fall 2009, Fall 2010, Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015) Theory of Knowledge (Spring 2010, Intercession 2010, Spring 2011, Spring 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014) Sport, Expertise, and Action (Spring 2010, Spring 2014) Late Modern Philosophy (Fall 2010) Thesis Review (Fall 2010, Fall 2011) Kantian Ethics (Spring 2011) Critical Theory (Fall 2011) German Idealism (Spring 2012) The Future of Justice (Fall 2013, Spring 2015) Fichte (Fall 2014) The New School, Teaching Fellow (Instructor, Designed Course). Aesthetics (Eugene Lang College, Spring 2006). Metaphysics and Epistemology (Eugene Lang College, Fall 2006). 20 th Century Continental Philosophy (General Studies, Spring 2007). Marxist Theory and its Contemporary Relevance (General Studies, Summer 2007). 2

3 20 th Century Continental Philosophy (General Studies, Fall 2008). Metaphysics and Epistemology (General Studies, Spring 2008). Writing the Essay I: Skepticism and the Possibility of Knowledge (Eugene Lang, Spring 2008). Modern Political Philosophy (General Studies, Fall 2008). The New School, Teaching Assistant Kant s Critique of Judgment, (Graduate Course, Jay Bernstein, Fall 2008). Pratt Institute, Adjunct Lecturer (Instructor, Designed Course). Battles over Faith and Reason (Humanities, Fall 2005). LaGuardia College, CUNY, Adjunct Lecturer (Instructor, Designed Course). Introduction to Philosophy (Humanities, Summer 2006-Fall 2007), 4 courses. Graduate Writing Center, The New School Graduate Writing Center Coordinator, Fall 2007-Present (Hiring and management). Writing Counselor, Fall 2006-Present. Presentations 1. Fichte s Developmental Theory of Self-Consciousness, The New School for Social Research, Fichte s Foundations of Natural Right (October, ). 2. Fichte s Imagined Community, The University of Utah, The North American Fichte Society, Fichte s Address to the German Nation (May, ). 3. Fichte and the Normativity of Right, The New School for Social Research, Alumni Conference, (May 3-4, 2014). 4. Fichte s Deduction of the External World, The Society for German Idealism at the Pacific APA, (March 27-31, 2013). 5. Constructivism without Constructivism, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Illinois Philosophical Association, (November 2-3, 2012). 6. Fichte s Deduction of the External World, Laval University, The North American Fichte Society, Fichte and the Methods of Transcendental Idealism, (May 16-19, 2012). 7. Self-Consciousness and the Body: a Fichtean Perspective, The New School, Philosophy Department Workshop Series (November 12, 2009). 8. Fichte on Human Embodiment, The New School, The Phenomenological Body (March 26-27, 2009). 9. Fichte and the Possibility of Mindedness, University of Cologne, Philosophical Colloquium (July 17, 2008). 10. Fichte on Freedom: How-Possible Questions and Transcendental Arguments, DePaul University, The North American Fichte Society Conference, Fichte s System of Ethics (April 10-13, 2008). 3

4 11. Subtle Matter in Fichte s Theory of Subjectivity at Villanova University, Materialism: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives (April 7-8, 2006). 12. Respondent to paper No Poetry, No Reality: Friedrich Schlegel s Aesthetic Realism a New School Conference, Topics in Kant and Post Kantianism (April 7-8, 2005). 13. Respondent to paper Unity and Disunity in Kant s First two Critiques at New School Conference Ethics and Epistemology (April 15-16, 2004). 14. Kant and Guyer on Communicability, Boston University Graduate Student Conference, Immanuel Kant (April 23-34, 2004). 15. Novalis Romantic Critique of Transcendental Philosophy George Mason University, Literature and Philosophy After Kant: Re-evaluating German Romanticism (June 11-12, 2004). Panel proposal with Katie Terezakis accepted: Critical Philosophy and the Limits of Immanence: Kant and Romanticism. Academic Service Professional Service Reviewer: Metaphilosophy; Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences, British Journal for the History of Philosophy. At Xavier University Assisted with Job Search. Organized ThomasFest, Jay Bernstein, Torture and Moral Modernity, April 14, Organized PPP and Philosophy Senior defenses, exams, and presentations, Spring 2011, Spring X-perience day, Fall Preview day, Spring Committee for Institutional Examen on Justice. Organized a talk by Michael Rosen (Harvard University, September 2013) Organized a talk by Joan Fitzgerald (Northeastern University, October 2013) First-Year Seminar Task Force, Philosophy Department Committee to re-design major and PHIL 200 (Philosophical Perspectives) X-perience day, Spring 2014 At New School Student Forum Facilitator, Philosophy Forum, September 2004 May Co-founder with Dietmar Heidemann (Hofstra) of the New York German Idealism Workshop Series Speaker series dedicated for work shopping works in progress. Speakers have included: Angelica Nuzzo (Brooklyn College), Allegra de Laurentiis (Stony Brook), Dietmar Heidemann (Hofstra), Kristina Engelhard (Cologne), Brady Bowman (PennState). Conferences Organized 1. Contemporary Debates in German Idealism, Xavier University, Spring

5 2. Fichte s Foundations of Natural Right, The New School for Social Research, October 2-4, Re-Thinking Subjectivity, Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, The New School, February 22-23, Topics in Kant and Post-Kantianism, Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, The New School, April 7, Ethics and Epistemology, Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, The New School, April 15, Languages German, reading and speaking knowledge. French, reading knowledge. Academic References Jay M. Bernstein (University Distinguished Professor, New School) ( ext. 3072) Alice Crary (Associate Professor of Philosophy, New School) ( ext. 3074) Frederick Neuhouser (Professor, Barnard/Columbia University) ( ) Zed Adams (Assistant Professor, New School) ( ext. 3020) Teaching References Richard Polt (Chair, Professor of Philosophy, Xavier University) ( ); Paul Colella (Professor of Philosophy, Xavier University) ( ); Dan Dwyer (Associate Professor of Philosophy, Xavier University) ( ); 5

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