I'm a Visiting Professor of Philosophy at the University of Ulsan in South Korea. I successfully defended my PhD dissertation ("Truth is a One-Player Game: A Defense of Monaletheism and Classical Logic") last March. I also have an MFA in Creative Writing from the Stonecoast program in Maine. Oh, and I go out at night to fight crime, under the alias "the Caped Logician."
Actually, that last sentence was a lie. (As is this one.) But, according to some people, I am an enemy of "Christendom."
Next week, I'm assigning an extract from Kant's "Critique of Judgment" to my Philosophy of Art class. Anyone out there have any suggestions for good secondary stuff to go with it, or to help explicate it to the (predominantly non-native-English-speaking) students?