John Garner

John Garner, Ph.D.

Lecturer

Phone: 678-839-4886 | Fax: 678-839-4849

Email:  jgarner@westga.edu

Office: Technology Learning Center 2224

Hours: Wednesday 9:30-2:00 and Tuesday/Thursday 9:30-12:30


Education/Degrees

  • B.A., Religion, Honors Program of the Florida State University, 2005
  • Ph.D., Philosophy, Villanova University, 2014

Courses and Sections

  • Courses Taught
    • PHIL-2010 (Introduction to Philosophy)    
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking)    
    • PHIL-3100 (Ancient & Medieval Philosophy)    
  • Spring 2016 Sections
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 01
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 02
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 03
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 04
  • Fall 2015 Sections
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 01
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 02
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 03
    • PHIL-3100 (Ancient & Medieval Philosophy) Section: 01
  • Spring 2015 Sections
    • PHIL-2010 (Introduction to Philosophy) Section: 02
    • PHIL-2010 (Introduction to Philosophy) Section: 03
    • PHIL-2010 (Introduction to Philosophy) Section: 05
    • PHIL-2020 (Critical Thinking) Section: 01

Selected Publications

  • Book Review: John V. Garner, "David Wolfsdorf: Pleasure in Ancient Greek Philosophy," Ancient Philosophy 34 (2), 2014
  • Article: John V. Garner, "Pure Pleasure as a Paradigm of Good Becoming in Plato's 'Philebus'," Newsletters for the Society of Ancient Greek Philosophy, 14 (1), 2013
  • Book Translation: Castoriadis, Cornelius, 'Postscript on Insignificance: Dialogues with Cornelius Castoriadis' trans. John V. Garner. New York: Continuum Press, 2011
  • Website: https://johnvgarner.wordpress.com/publications/

Skills


Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy


French Philosophy


French Translation


Philosophy of Religion