Social and Political Philosophy; Modern Political Philosophy (Especially Kant's Politics); Public Philosophy
Business Ethics/Professional Ethics; Modern Philosophy; Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE)
Corey R. Horn is a Ph.D. candidate in the Philosophy Department at Tulane University. Corey’s primary research interests are in political and moral philosophy, international relations, human rights, and cosmopolitan theory. Corey’s dissertation title is “An Argument for a Cosmopolitan State: Answering Kant’s Reservations Towards a World Republic,” supervised by Richard Velkley.
His current work focuses on Kant’s political philosophy and the future of cosmopolitan politics. Corey was a 2021 – 2022 Adam Smith Fellow through the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. His article “Thomas Paine and Immanuel Kant’s Cosmopolitanism: Towards a Universal System,” was published in the Southwest Philosophy Review in January 2021.
In Fall 2022, Corey will be a Job Market Candidate.