David Antonini

David Antonini is a lecturer in the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department at Clemson University. He received his PhD in philosophy in 2018 from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale where he completed a dissertation on the thought of Hannah Arendt. He has research interests in the development of Arendt’s thought as it relates to problems confronting contemporary citizens, specifically those concerning the erosion of public space and public discourse. He has presented his research at the Arendt Circle numerous times and is interested in trying to reach a wider audience with Arendt’s thought given its ever-increasing relevance to contemporary political circumstances. His work has appeared in Southwest Philosophy Review and he has published several popular articles at 1000 Word Philosophy-An Introductory Anthology

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