Ph.D., Philosophy, Northwestern University
Edward Casey, Ph.D. is Distinguished Visiting Faculty in the Depth Program. He is also Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at SUNY, Stony Brook, where he was chairperson of the department for ten years. He is the author of eight books, among them Spirit and Soul (2nd ed. 2001), Imagining (2nd ed. 2000), Remembering (2nd ed. 2000), and most recently The World at a Glance (2007). He is perhaps best known for his descriptions of the role of place in human experience; Getting Back into Place (1993) and The Fate of Place (1997) are the two major expressions of this research. He is currently writing The World on Edge. Dr. Casey is the President of the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division.
Publications Include: The World at a Glance; The Fate of Place: A Philosophical History; Representing Place: Landscape Painting and Maps; Imagining: A Phenomenological Study; Getting Back Into Place; Spirit and Soul: Essays in Philosophical Psychology
Areas of Emphasis: Phenomenology; Philosophical Psychology; Environmental Philosophy; Post-Structuralism; Contemporary European Thought.Summary of Research & Recent Work:
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