Andrew Kelley

Andrew Kelley

Department Chair and Associate Professor

    Bradley Hall 287
    (309) 677-2445
   akelley@bradley.edu

 

Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Iowa
M.A., Philosophy, University of Warwick (England)
B.A., Philosophy, Bowdoin College

Biography

Andrew Kelley came to Bradley in 1999. He frequently teaches courses on ethics and logic and seminars/proseminars on Kant, modern philosophy, Levinas, and Bergson. Previously, his publications had been in area of German Idealism (Kant, Maimon). However, more recently his publications and research interests and have centered around early 20th century French philosophy (Bergson, Wahl, Gusdorf, Levinas, and especially Jankélévitch. He has translated philosophy books from German (Popper-Lynkeus) and French (Jankélévitch).

Teaching

  • PHL 103 — Inquiry into Values
  • PHL 203 — Logic
  • PHL 202 — Proseminar II
  • PHL 304 — Modern Philosophy
  • PHL 347 — Ethics
  • PHL 403 — Seminar (Topics have included: “Bergson,” “Levinas,” “Kant,” etc.)