About Me

My name is Michael Glass, and I am a Ph.D. candidate at Temple University. My focus is on 19th-century philosophy, especially Kierkegaard. I also have interests in Kant, philosophy of religion, logic, philosophy of science, and philosophy of mathematics. My primary work also dovetails with ethics and some political philosophy.

Outside of my work on philosophy, I enjoy music, including listening to range of genres and occasionally playing the violin. I also engage with visual arts, primarily through the Philadelphia Museum of Art, but also through drawing — my primary medium is Ebony pencils.