Michael Blezy

Michael Blezy, 150w

Position:

Part-time Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream)

Campus:

UTSC,

Biography:

  • BA, Honors in Philosophy (University of Alberta)
  • MA, Continental Philosophy (University of Essex)
  • PhD, Philosophy (University of Toronto)

Dr. Blezy’s research stages conversations between prominent 17th- and 18th-century philosophical figures such as Descartes and Kant with thinkers working in the traditions of phenomenology and existentialism, such as Heidegger, Sartre, and Fanon. To learn more about Michael’s work, please visit his website.

Teaching in 2021-22:

PHLB35 Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy
PHLC09 Topics in Continental Philosophy – Phenomenology of Race and Gender

PHLB91 Human Nature: Kant to Foucault
PHLC37 Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason

Research Interests:

Early Modern Philosophy, Hermeneutics, Kant, Phenomenology, Philosophy of Education

Address:

Social Sciences Building, MW 376, 1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON M1C1A4