Campus:St. George, UTSC,
- PhD, University of Chicago
Karolina Hübner’s research interests are in the history of metaphysics and philosophy of mind, with particular focus on early modern philosophy, Jewish philosophy, philosophy of religion, and Spinoza.
For more information visit Prof. Hübner’s personal website.
Courses Taught in 2017-18:
- PHLB33: God, Self, World
- PHLB35: Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy
- PHLC08: Topics in Arabic and Jewish Philosophy
Early Modern Philosophy, Jewish Philosophy, Metaphysics
- “Spinoza’s thinking substance and the necessity of modes, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 89(3), (2014)
- “Spinoza on essences, universals and being of reason”, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 96(2), (2015)
- “Essence as power, or Spinoza on heartbreak”, Journal of the History of Philosophy, forthcoming