Philippe-Antoine HOYECK

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Philippe-Antoine HOYECK
M.A. Candidate

B.A. Honours in Philosophy with Minor in Language and Literature, Carleton University


Work E-mail: phoyeck@uOttawa.ca

Philippe Antoine

Biography

Fields of interest

Political philosophy

Meta-ethics

Philosophy of religion

Critical theory

 

Current Research

My current research pertains to the question of religion and democracy in the recent work of Jürgen Habermas. My thesis addresses problems related to the political integration of religious citizens in contemporary liberal democracies and to the preservation of cultural resources under modern conditions of pluralism. It examines these with an eye both to normative political theory and to various sociological considerations..

 

Scholarships and awards

2016-2017                  University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship

2015                          Carleton Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement

2014                          Dean’s Honour List

2011                          Dean’s Honour List

2011                          Gordon J. Wood Memorial Scholarship in English

2010                          Barbara Sudall Book Prize

2009                          Dean’s Honour List

2009                          Clarence C. Gibson Scholarship

2008                          Carleton University President’s Scholarship

 

Conference participation

Davis,   Gordon F. and Hoyeck, Philippe-Antoine (2018). “Moral Realist and Anti-
            Realist Appropriations of Hume’s Ethics/Appropriations realistes et anti-
            réalistes de l’éthique de Hume.” Hume Today Conference. 06 December.
            University of Ottawa: Ottawa ON, Canada.
 

Hoyeck, Philippe-Antoine (2018) Commentary on Chon Tejedor, “Naturalism and Normativity: Some Continuities in Wittgenstein’s Early and Late Philosophies.” Conference on Wittgenstein: The Place of Normativity in a Naturalized World. 15-16 June. University of Ottawa: Ottawa ON, Canada.        

 

Hoyeck, Philippe-Antoine (2018). “Wittgenstein’s Meta-Ethics.” Annual Student
            Conference in Philosophy and Theology. 23-24 February. Dominican
            University College: Ottawa ON, Canada.   

Hoyeck, Philippe-Antoine (2017). “Raisons séculières, raisons religieuses : pour une
            résolution du débat Habermas-Taylor.” Congrès annuel de la société
            philosophique du Québec: Preuve, témoignage et vérité. 9-12 May. McGill
            University : Montreal QC, Canada.

 

Hoyeck, Philippe-Antoine (2017). “Religion et communication: la distinction entre
            foi et raison chez Jürgen Habermas.” 19e colloque du CEETUM pour étudiants
            et jeunes diplômés: La diversity (dé)complexée: enjeux, savoirs et pratiques.
            22-23 February. Université de Montréal: Montreal QC, Canada.

 

Invited Presentations

Hoyeck, Philippe-Antoine (2017). “Religious Voices and the Secular State:
            Theoretical and Historical Perspectives.” 12 August. Kehillat Beth Israel
            Congregation: Ottawa ON, Canada.

 

 

Translations

McLennan, Matthew R. (2018). “Ni Dieux, ni maîtres, ni futurs ? Contre le courant
 ultragauchiste de la théorie queer.” Translated by Philippe-Antoine Hoyeck.
Revue Politiqueer, no. 2.      

Employment

2018  Teaching assistant               

PHI 2170 Logic I      

PHI 1502 Raisonnement moral     

 

2017 Teaching assistant   

PHI 1101 Reasoning and Critical Thinking

PHI 2396 Bioethics

PHI 2397 Business Ethics   

 

2016 Teaching assistant   

PHI 1501 Raisonnement et pensée critique

PHI 1370 Philosophical Issues in Healthcare

 

2015 Teaching assistant

PHI 1501 Raisonnement et pensée critique

 

Community service

 

2018-present            Social Media Coordinator, Graduate Philosophy Student
                                Association (GPSA), University of Ottawa.

2018-present            Translator, Undergraduate Philosophy Student Association
                                (UPSA), University of Ottawa.

 

2017                          Reviewer, Gnosis Journal of Philosophy

 

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