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1 Anastasia N Artemyev Berg Committee on Social Thought and the Department of 1130 East 59 th St Chicago, IL Phone: Education Specialization Dissertation 2017 PhD, Joint Degree with the Committee on Social Thought and the Department of, (expected June 2017) 2013 MA Committee on Social Thought, 2009 BA with Honors in English and American Literature and Language, Harvard University AOS Kant, Ethics, Moral Psychology AOC 19 th Century German, of Psychoanalysis Title The Unity of Reason and Sensibility in Kant's Practical Committee Robert Pippin (Chair), James Conant, Matthew Boyle, Stephen Engstrom Abstract This dissertation argues for a radical rethinking of the dualism of practical reason and sensibility in Kant. First, it elucidates the role of the feeling of moral respect in moral action by arguing that respect is not, as has been widely assumed, a specific kind of feeling, which one experiences on particular occasions, but rather the category of all feelings that register practical demands, e.g., indignation or regret. Second, I elucidate Kant s notion of moral character, the Gesinnung grounded in the timeless exercise of the power of choice, which has plagued interpreters, by recovering the Aristotelian understanding of character as a capacity for rational activity. Finally, enlisting Kant s insight that rational activity is essentially self-conscious, I conclude that the feeling of moral respect is the mode of self-consciousness that constitutes having a moral character. Human feeling, I conclude, emerges not only as no longer a threat to our freedom and an obstacle to ethical life, but indeed as a necessary condition of both. Presentations June 2016 April 2016 Mar 2016 Sept 2015 Moral Character, Kant s Gesinnung and Aristotle s Hexis. Summer Conference on the work of Aryeh Kosman, Leipzig University. (Refereed) Monistic Critique of the Incorporation Thesis, The 2016 Graduate Conference at UIUC. (Refereed) Making Sense of Kant s Moral Respect: A Case for Non-Pathological Feeling, 2016 APA Central Division Meeting. (Refereed) Kant s Gesinnung as Aristotelian Energeia: the Deed Outside Time, UK Kant Society Annual Conference jointly organized by North American Kant Society, on Kant on Politics and Religion. (Refereed)

2 Jul 2015 You Can t Move without being Moved: On The Unity of Sensibility and Reason in Practical Life in Engstrom s Kant, Summer Conference on the work of Stephen Engstrom, Leipzig University. (Refereed) Commentaries May 2016 Comments on Garrett Bredeson s Reinach, Natorp, and Early Phenomenology s Engagement with the Kantian Tradition. North American Kant Society Third Biennial Meeting, Emory University. (Invited) Honours William Rainey Harper Dissertation Year Fellowship Dissertation Completion Fellowship, John U. Nef Fellowship, Dissertation Writing Fellowship (Declined) 2016 Graduate Student Travel Stipend to Central APA John U. Nef Fellowship, Dissertation Writing Fellowship Division of the Social Sciences Summer Research Grant Marshall and Deborah Wais Fellowship, Dissertation Writing Fellowship 2014 John U. Nef Summer Language Study Fellowship Fellowship, Tuition and stipend for five years of graduate study 2011 John U. Nef Summer Language Study Fellowship Teaching Experience Stand-alone Instructor W 2017 S 2016 W 2015 F 2015 Women and Madness:, Literature and Psychoanalysis Self-designed upper-level undergraduate course, listed in departments of: The Emotions: and Psychoanalysis, Self-designed upper-level undergraduate course, listed in departments of:, and Comparative Human Development. Philosophical Perspectives on The Humanities II:, Humanities Core Course: Early Modern and Literature Philosophical Perspectives on The Humanities I: Humanities Core Course: Ancient and Literature Course Assistant S 2015 W 2014 S 2013 Introduction to Ethics Course Assistant for Professor Ben Callard Greek Thought and Literature II, Writing Intern for Prof. Alain Bresson Philosophical Perspectives on The Humanities III,

3 W 2013 W 2010 S 2011 Writing Intern for Prof. Anubav Vasudevan Human Being and Citizen II, Writing Intern for Prof. Justin Steinberg Classics of Social and Political Thought II, Course Assistant for Dr. Mara Marin Classics of Social and Political Thought III, Course Assistant for Prof. Lisa Wedeen Pedagogical Training Winter 2016 Individual Teaching Consultation, Center for Teaching & Learning, University of Chicago Observed and taped by a professional teaching consultant, met individually to receive feedback and pedagogical advice. Mar 2015 Climate-focused pedagogy workshop Sep 2015 Workshop on Teaching in the College, Center for Teaching & Learning, Two-day intensive training for serving as a lecturer in undergraduate classes Sep 2014 Workshop on Teaching in the College, Center for Teaching & Learning, Two-day intensive training for serving as a teaching assistant in undergraduate classes Spring 2013 Pedagogies of Writing, Writing Center, Quarter-long course on teaching effective writing in humanities core classes Service Student Affairs Assistant, Committee on Social Thought Chair-student liaison, fielded prospective students inquiries, coordinated visits, maintained department website Coordinator, Committee on Social Thought Colloquium Invited visiting speakers, students and faculty to present, made travel arrangements, organized dinners and receptions, advertised events. University Workshop Presentations Jun 2016 Unity of the Phaedrus, Literature and Workshop, University of Chicago Mar 2016 Imputation of Moral Constitution Practical Workshop, University of Chicago. Nov 2015 Moral Respect, A Case for Non-Pathological feeling German Workshop,. Languages

4 Hebrew Native Russian Native German Full Professional Proficiency Editorial Work Associate Editor for the Point Magazine Graduate Coursework (* denotes audit) Ancient of Mind Kant and 19 th C. German philosophy Analytic of Art, Aesthetics Plato, Laws: N. Tarcov (A 09) Plato s Aesthetics: G. R. Lear (A 09)* Plato on Beauty and Truth: G. R. Lear (A 12)* Plato s Sophist: I. Kimhi (W12)* Self-Consciousness / Unconsciousness: J. Lear & S. Rödl (W 10)* Subjects, Consciousness and Self-Consciousness: C. Peacock (W 11)* Thinking and Being I: I. Kimhi (W 12)* Thinking and Being II: I. Kimhi (S 12)* Language and Self-Consciousness: D. Finkelstein & I. Kimhi (S 14)* Theories of Judgments and Propositions (W 14)* Kant s Ethics: C. Vogler (A 10) History of, Kant and the 19 th Century: M. Forster (S 10)* Kant s Transcendental Deduction: R. Pippin & J. Conant (S 10) Practical Reason: S. Engstrom (W 14)* Hegel s Science of Logic: R. Pippin (W 12) Hegel s Science of Logic: R. Pippin (W 14 )* Hegel s Science of Subjective Logic: R. Pippin (W 15)* Birth and Death of the Metaphysical Proof of the Existence of God, Descartes and Kant: J. L. Marion (S 10)* Wittgenstein s Later : D. Finkelstein (S 11) Wittgenstein s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: J. Conant (W 12)* Wittgenstein s Philosophical Investigations: I. Kimhi (A 14)* Forms of Philosophical Skepticism: J. Conant (W 11) The Modern Regime in Art I: the End of Romanticism: R. Pippin & D. Wellbery (A 10) The Modern Regime in Art II: the End of Modernism: R. Pippin & D. Wellbery (W 11) Death and the Afterlife: Cultural Models Ca. 1800: D. Wellbery (S 13)* References Robert Pippin (Dissertation Committee Chair) Evelyn Stefansson Nef Distinguished Service Professor of Social Thought,, and in the College

5 James Conant (Dissertation Committee member) Chester D. Tripp Professor of Humanities, Professor of, and Professor in the College Stephen Engstrom (Dissertation Committee member) Professor of University of Pittsburgh Matthew Boyle (Dissertation Committee member) Professor of Harvard University Irad Kimhi Associate Professor John U. Nef Committee on Social Thought and the College David Wellbery LeRoy T. and Margaret Deffenbaugh Carlson University Professor in the Department of Germanic Studies, Comparative Literature, Committee on Social Thought, and the College Jason Bridges (teaching reference) Associate Professor

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