Sam Stoner


BA - Program of Liberal Studies; Peace Studies - University of Notre Dame - 2008
MA - Philosophy - Tulane University – 2011


Newcomb 107

(504) 865-5347

Academic Interests:

  • Kant
  • History of Modern Philosophy
  • Political Philosophy
  • Ancient Philosophy


“Descartes and the Great Books: Homelessness as Excellence,” Selected Papers of the Association of Core Texts and Courses 2011 Conference, forthcoming.

“Critical Philosophy as Artistic Endeavor: On the Form of Kant’s ‘Critique of Aesthetic Judgment’ and its Implications,” Southwest Philosophy Review 26:1, 2010, 181-7.

Selected Presentations:

“On the Nature of Genius in Kant’s Third Critique,” APA, December 2012.

“On the Significance of Kant’s Notion of Common-sense,” Erster Doktoranden-Workshop der Kant-Gesellschaft, University of Luxembourg, October 2012.

“On the ‘Political’ Character of Kant’s Ground-laying for the Metaphysics of Morals,” Association for Political Theory, Notre Dame, IN. , October 2011.

“Justice, Kingly Rule, and Aristotle’s Teaching in Politics III,” Midwestern Political Science Association. Chicago, March 2011.


Tulane University, Department of Philosophy, 105 Newcomb Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5305