email : rhadisi [at] princeton [dot] edu
For the AY-19-20, I'm a Visiting Research Scholar at the University Center for Human Values and a Lecturer at the Philosophy Department, at Princeton University.
From fall 2020 onwards, I will be a career track Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona.
My research interest lies at the intersection of Kant’s theoretical and practical philosophy, Islamic philosophy, and related issues in contemporary ethics and epistemology. I also have research and teaching interests in Early Modern philosophy, German Idealism (especially Hegel), and Existentialism. As an overarching theme, I seek to bring insights from the history of philosophy to determine a viable account of the unity of theoretical and practical knowledge and reason.
Previously, I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Hamilton College. I completed my PhD in July 2018 at the University of Illinois at Chicago. My full name in is "Mohammad Reza Karim Hadisi," and I've presented papers under that name, too.