Dr. Bongrae Seok
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Dr. Bongrae Seok, associate professor of philosophy, teaches major areas of
philosophy (Intro, logic, Ethics, Epistemology, Modern and Contemporary
Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind/Psychology, Philosophy of Law). He
researches in philosophy of mind and psychology and Asian philosophy.
With his background in neuroscience (post-doctoral research) and
psychology (graduate work), he specializes in the philosophical discussions on
moral psychology and moral cognition, decision game theory, and ethics and
decision-making. He also researches in Chinese Confucian philosophy and
Neo-Confucianism on the nature of moral emotion and virtue. He teaches in
a leadership course in Alvernia PhD Leadership program and philosophy of law
(law and justice and ethics and law) regularly in the undergraduate pre-law
In addition to philosophy, he studies the classical art and
music and gives lectures and presentations in local museums.