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Sabrina Aggleton

Sabrina Aggleton

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow

228 Sparks Building
Office Phone: (814) 865-1150


  1. B.A., Philosophy, Stony Brook University (2007)
  2. M.A., Liberal Arts, St. John’s College (Great Books Program) (2009)
  3. M.A., Contemporary Continental Philosophy, Brock University (2010)


Areas of Specialization

  • 20th Century Continental Philosophy (Phenomenology)
  • Feminist Philosophy (with a focus on Simone de Beauvoir)

Areas of Competence

  • Ethics
  • History of Philosophy 

Courses Taught

  • Phil 103: Introduction to Ethics online course
  • Phil 008: Philosophy and Feminism
  • Phil 003: Persons, Moral Values, and the Good Life
  • Phil 014: Philosophy of Love and Sex online course
  • Phil 001: Basic Problems in Philosophy


  • “The Crystallization of the Impossible: Derrida and Merleau-Ponty at the Threshold of Phenomenology” In Blackwell Companion to Derrida. Edited by Len Lawlor and Zeynep Direk. Blackwell, forthcoming.

Research Position

  • Rock Ethics Institute Graduate Research Assistantship in Ethics and Sexual Violence

Assistant to Publications

  • Editorial Assistant for Chiasmi International, a trilingual journal in Merleau-Ponty studies
  • Assistant and Book Index to Leonard Lawlor’s text Early Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy, Indiana University Press, 2011.