FAU Lifelong Learning Society, Jupiter
Simon Glynn, Ph.D.
 
 Philosophy

Simon Glynn, Ph.D., received his Ph.D. from The University of Manchester in England. Currently a Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University, he has previously taught at Manchester, Liverpool and The Open University in England, at McMaster University in Canada and in Michigan and at the University of Georgia in the U.S.A. His research interests are in Contemporary Continental Epistemology (from Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, to Structuralism, and Post-structural Deconstruction) and its application to the natural, human and social sciences, cultural analysis and interpretation, as well as in political and social philosophy and the philosophy of technology. In addition to a number of articles and chapters in journals and books, such as Analecta Husserliana, Continental Philosophy Review (and previously in Man and World), Human Studies and The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, Dr. Glynn has been contributing editor of a number of books including “Sartre: An Investigation of Some Major Themes,” “European Philosophy and the Human and Social Sciences” and contributing co-editor of “Continental and Postmodern Perspectives in the Philosophy of Science.” He is currently working on a book, provisionally titled “Objectivity and Alienation, applying Contemporary Continental Epistemology to the methodology of the sciences.”