Victor Abundez-Guerra


B.A., Philosophy, University of California, San Diego, 2013

Areas of Interest

Philosophy of Race, Agency, Moral Psychology, Moral Responsibility, and Mexican Philosophy.

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I am currently working on two main projects. The first is an essay tentatively titled “How to Deal with Kant’s Racism” which, as the title implies, seeks to approach Immanuel Kant’s racial thought in a way that gives the issue its proper weight and gravity. My other project is research into the notion of collective responsibility and guilt, particularly in regards to contemporary instances of collective protest and blame. Other side projects I currently have are research into ideological practices within the field of philosophy as well as reading up on Mexican Philosophy.