Cullin Brown is a fourth year undergraduate at Case Western. He’s a physics major, but spends at least as much time in the philosophy department. His main philosophical interest is relationships. Specifically, he works to understand how we attend to our relationships, and how relationships can frame our duties and responsibilities as global citizens.
Cullin is currently an Ethics Table Fellow, whose project is a critique of objectification in relationships focused on the role of attention different than desire. His overarching goal is to facilitate more thoughtful dialogue about relationships on campus. Cullin’s talk will address “Relational Attention: What Abuse Can Teach Us About Attentiveness.”