About Me


Benjamin Lee Buckley, Ph.D.


Indiana University Bloomington

2008, Ph.D. in Philosophy, Ph.D. Minor in Women's Studies

2000, M.A. in Philosophy

University of Utah

1995, B.A. in Philosophy, Minor in Anthropology

Research Specialties: 

Philosophy of mathematics, particularly focusing on 19th and 20th century investigations into the nature of the mathematical continuum, and the debate over the existence and nature of infinitesimal quantities. Gender/sexuality studies, with work on the nature of oppression, domestic violence, the ethics of sexuality, and transsexual/transgender studies.

Current CV

Book Announcement:

The Continuity Debate: Dedekind, Cantor, du Bois-Reymond, and Peirce on Continuity and Infinitesimals (Docent, 2012), can now be purchased through Amazon.com, by clicking on the tile above!


Born in Utah, I have also lived in Indiana, Louisiana, and Egypt before moving here to Georgia. I've lived here in Atlanta for two years. I love travel, and hanging out with my three handsome sons (pictured above).

Photo Credit: Hanne Blank, 2012 
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