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Department of Philosophy

Sasa Stankovic

Title:

Sessional Instructor

Email Address:

sasa.stankovic@ryerson.ca

Research Interests:

Ethics, Epistemology, Early Modern, Modern Philosophy, and Contemporary Philosophy

Selected Publications & Presentations:

Articles:

 
“Contingency, Imperfection and Evil: Leibniz’s Conception of Freedom” in Quaestiones Disputatae, forthcoming, March 2017

"Kant’s Deduction of Morality: The Actualization of Freedom” in Kant Studies vol. 1n3 May2013: 45-71.

 
Chapters:
   

“Kant and the Immanence of Value: Practical Knowledge as Actualization” in Karen Houle, Suzanne McCullagh, Casey Ford (Ed). Minor Ethics: Deleuzian Variations. McGill-Queens University Press, forthcoming 2017

“Mill and Deleuze: The Ethics of Capacities” in Karen Houle, Suzanne McCullagh, Casey Ford (Ed). Minor Ethics: Deleuzian Variations. McGill-Queens University Press, forthcoming 2017

 
Reviews:

 
“Deleuze and Space” in Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy vol. 12n1, S 2008, 187-190

“Deleuze and the Philosophy of Creation: Out of This World” in Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy vol. 11n2, F 2007, 471-3

 
Presentations:

 
“Evil and Contingency in the Best of All Possible Worlds” at The Continuing Relevance of Leibniz, Franciscan University of Steubenville, USA, 2016

“Locating Freedom in Leibniz” at Symposium with Suzanne McCullagh and Casey Ford on “Individuality and Freedom in Leibniz: Obscurity, Confusion and the Ground of Action” at Canadian Philosophical Association, University of Calgary, Canada 2016

“Practical Knowledge of Freedom in Kant’s Critical Philosophy” at American Philosophical Association, Baltimore, USA, 2013

“The Problem of Self-Knowledge in Kant’s Critical Philosophy” at Canadian Philosophical Association, University of New Brunswick, Canada, 2011

“Deleuze’s Transcendental Ethics” at The First International Deleuze Studies Conference: One or Several Deleuzes, Cardiff University, Wales, 2008

“Argumentum Ex Silentio: From Bergson’s to Deleuze’s Freedom” at The International Conference on Gilles Deleuze, Trent University, Canada, 2004