Associate Professor of Philosophy
To love wisdom is to strive to take better care of oneself and of others through critical thinking. This understanding of wisdom, and thus philosophy, informs every class that I teach. My goal is to help students develop their critical thinking skills in the service of living better lives and of being responsible local and global citizens, while also showing them the crucial role that the Humanities play in this task.
building is Edge Hall
- room is 316
Dr. Nethery grew up in Eureka, California. He received his BA in philosophy from Humboldt State University, his MA from the University of Memphis, and his Ph.D. from Duquesne University. He specializes in continental philosophy, critical theories of race, and the philosophy of time. His interests include science-fiction, ice hockey, video games, and his cats.