B. Scot Rousse
My research is focused on existential phenomenology, especially Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty. More broadly, I am animated by the perplexities of learning to be human in a technological age. In addition to being a visiting scholar in Philosophy here at Berkeley, I am Director of Research for Pluralistic Networks, Inc., an educational and professional development company based in Oakland, CA. I received my Ph.D. from Northwestern University and my B.A. here at Berkeley. My recent work has appeared in Continental Philosophy Review, European Journal of Philosophy , The Cambridge Heidegger Lexicon, and a volume on Teaching and Learning in Adult Skill Acquisition. More information is at academia.edu and Google Scholar. For an overview of my musical projects see my page on discogs.com.