Lowry Pressly is a PhD candidate in Political Theory. In his dissertation on privacy, he presents a novel history and normative account of the relation of self to society, a new picture of the relation of recognition and agency to concealment and exposure, and a critique and defense of privacy based on the values to self of integration, disintegration, and freedom. At Harvard, Pressly has taught courses in ethics, modern political philosophy, and the meaning of life. He is the author of literary and cultural criticism and award-winning fiction. He holds a BA in English from the University of Georgia and a JD from Yale.
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