Jonathan Gingerich

Base

Country

USA

Institutional affiliation

UCLA Department of Philosophy

Title

PhD Candidate

Research interests relevant to game philosophy

I work on ethics, political philosophy, aesthetics, and moral psychology. My research interests include the phenomenology and aesthetics of playing games, the relationship between games and freedom, and fun.

Publications and presentations relevant to game philosophy

“Freedom and the Value of Games,” Berkeley-Stanford-Davis Graduate Conference in Philosophy, University of California, Davis, April 29.
“How to Evaluate Games: Foucault on Security and Hansa Teutonica," UCLA Philosophy Club Speaker Event, November 26, 2013.
“The Aesthetics of Games and the Pleasure of Governance” (co-presented with C. Thi Nguyen), UCLA Department of Philosophy, The Albritton Society, June 7, 2013.

Keywords

Philosophy, Aesthetics, Freedom

Name

Jonathan Gingerich

Background

Philosophy & Law