About Me

 
 
 

Benjamin Lee Buckley, Ph.D.

Education: 

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!

Bio:  

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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