Andrew Jampol-Petzinger, Ph.D.

Visiting Professor 

Department of Philosophy

Office: B-3-204 Mackinac Hall; Allendale Campus                                   

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (616) 331-3612 (voicemail)

Fax: (616) 331-2601



Andrew M. Jampol-Petzinger is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Grand Valley State University, specializing in 19th- and 20th-century Continental Philosophy and Ethics. His first book, on Gilles Deleuze’s and Søren Kierkegaard’s theories of personal identity and ethics, is currently forthcoming through Edinburgh University Press under the title Deleuze, Kierkegaard and the Ethics of Selfhood.

More recently, Andrew is pursuing research on early 20th-century Jewish philosophy, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between theology and political philosophy within the context of Jewish marginalization and exclusion in 20th-century Europe. Some of this work is supported by a non-residential Fellowship provided by the Panentheism and Religious Life project, under the directions of Profs. Clare Carlisle and Yitzhak Melamed, for a paper on the topic of Jewish political critiques of panentheism during the rise of European fascism. 

You can find more about Andrew’s research, as well as a full CV, here:


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