Dr. Ian Dunkle
Ian Dunkle earned his doctorate at Boston University and has been at Southern Miss since 2021. His research focuses on understanding Health and Wellbeing. He writes both for 19th-Century scholars and contemporary ethicists. He also has interests in Philosophy of Disability, Aesthetics, and Moral Psychology.
Besides being Assistant Professor of Philosophy, he is Advisory Board & Affiliate Faculty at Center For Ethics and Health Humanities; Affiliate Faculty in the Disability Studies Program; and Affiliate Faculty in the Health Humanities Program. He is also currently Book Reviews Editor for The Journal of Nietzsche Studies.
At Southern Miss, he regularly teaches on Bioethics, the Good Life, and 19th- and 20th-Century European Philosophy.
Personal Site: https://ianddunkle.hcommons.org/
- PHD - Boston University (2018)
- MA - Georgia State University (2010)
- BA - Lee University (2007)
Aesthetics, Film, and the Paradox of Good-Bad Art (Honors Seminar)
Healthcare Ethics (PHI 452/552)
Existentialism (PHI 450/550)
Philosophy of Disability (Interdisciplinary)
Critical Thinking (PHI 351)
Ethics & Good Living (PHI 171)
- The Comparative Achievement Explanation of Artistic Value, Journal of Southern Philosophy, , 10.1111/sjp.12502
- Disability and Achievement, Journal of Medicine and Philosophy,
- Nietzsche's Concept of Health, Ergo, 2022, 10.3998/ergo.2235
- Growth and the Shape of a Life, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1111/papq.12372
- Morality as Cure and Poison in the Genealogy, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 2022, https://doi.org/10.5325/jnietstud.53.1.0034
- On the Normativity of Nietzsche's Will to Power, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 2020, 10.5325/jnietstud.51.2.0188
- The Competition Account of Achievement-Value, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 2019, 10.1111/papq.12290
- Moral Physiology and Vivisection of the Soul: Why Does Nietzsche Criticize the Life Sciences?, Inquiry, 2018, 10.1080/0020174x.2017.1371827
- Morality Makes Me Sick: A Criticism of Brian Leiter's Treatment of Health in Nietzsche, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 2013, 10.5325/jnietstud.44.3.0446