Jacoby Adeshei Carter

Jacoby Adeshei Carter

Assistant Professor
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2007 PhD  Purdue University (Philosophy)
2003 MA   Purdue University (Philosophy)
2001 BA   Wilberforce University (Political Science)


Jacoby Adeshei Carter is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at CUNY: John Jay College. Professor Carter’s research interests include social and political philosophy, value theory (ethics) and pragmatism. More narrowly, his interests include contemporary philosophical discussions of war and terrorism, and the work of pragmatist figures Alain Locke and John Dewey. He is co-editor of Philosophic Values and World Citizenship: Locke to Obama and Beyond, and author of “Just/New War Theory: Non-state Actors in Asymmetric Conflicts,” and “Environmental Pragmatism, Global Warming, and Climate Change. (forthcoming)” among other works.

Philosophic Values and World Citizenship


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Social/Political Philosophy, Value Theory (Ethics), Pragmatism