Kogelmann from West Virginia to Purdue


Brian Kogelmann, currently an assistant professor in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virgina University, has accepted a position as associate professor of philosophy and political science at Purdue University.

Dr. Kogelmann’s research focuses on the intersection of ethics and political economy. He is the author of Secret Government: The Pathologies of Publicity (Cambridge University Press, 2021). You can learn more about his writings here and here.

He will be taking up his new position at Purdue in the Fall of 2024.


(via Evan Westra, who notes that this is Purdue Philosophy’s 13th new hire over the past three years)

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Adam Gibbons
1 month ago

Brian is one of my favorite contemporary philosophers. Congratulations to him, and well deserved.

Donald
Donald
1 month ago

Wait, he believes less transparency in government is best?

Jason Brennan
Reply to  Donald
1 month ago

You might consider reading the book to see the evidence for this claim.