Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 1996
The first draft of my book manuscript Misrecognition, Mimetic Rivalry, and One-Dimensionality: Toward a Critical Theory of Human Conflict and Social Pathology will be completed by early summer 2012. I have put aside a few of the projects that I've been working on so that I may write Herbert Marcuse's intellectual biography. Due to the recent surge of interest in Marcuse I have prioritized the biography.
Arnold L. Farr received his Ph. D. in philosophy from the University of Kentucky in 1996. He became a member of the philosophy department at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia PA where he was tenured in 2002. After 12 years at St Joseph's Arnold was hired by the University of Kentucky. His research interests are German idealism, Marxism, critical theory, philosophy of race, postmodernism, psychoanalysis, and liberation philosophy. He has published numorous articles and book chapters on all of these subjects. He is co-author and co-editor of Marginal Groups and Mainstream American Culture. In 2009 he published Critical Theory and Democratic Vision: Herbert Marcuse and Recent Liberation Philosophies. He is currently working on a book on race, a collection of essays on Marcuse, and a single authored manuscript entitled Misrecognition, Mimetic Rivalry, and One-Dimensionality: Toward a Critical Theory of Human Conflict. Arnold is also the founder of the International Herbert Marcuse Society which meet every two years.