Scott Warren


Scott Warren, former Associate Professor of Philosophy & Politics at Antioch College
B.A., University of Virginia
M.A., Ph.D., The Claremont Graduate School

Scott teaches a wide range of courses in philosophy and political theory, including Critical Thinking, Epistemology, History of Western Philosophy, Contemporary Philosophy, Legitimation & Capitalism, Revolutions, Existentialism, and Metaphysics. Scott is active as a scholar in the areas of contemporary Critical Theory and radical philosophy and politics. His book The Emergence of Dialectical Theory: Philosophy and Political Inquiry was re-published this year (2008) by The University of Chicago Press. Scott’s primary interests in political philosophy focus on his concern for human liberation, radical democracy, and authentic community.

Prior to his work at Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute Scott taught philosophy and political theory at Occidental College, The Claremont Graduate School, the University of Colorado at Boulder, the Otis-Parsons Art Institute, Denison University, and Pomona College, and most recently at Antioch College.

Scott is extremely excited and honored to be a part of the Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute’s efforts to keep the spirit and legacy of an Antioch College education alive for the long-term future and looks forward to collaborating with the extraordinarily talented and dedicated community of Nonstop instructors to provide the exciting and cutting-edge curriculum to help Nonstop thrive and succeed. The Nonstop courses Scott will be offering include “Revolutions,” “Critical Thinking,” “Social Movements,” “The History of Western Philosophy,” and “Existentialism.”