Dr. Bradley Kaye
Dr. Bradley Kaye finished his PhD in 2010 from Binghamton University. His books include Critical Madness Theory: A Way of Interpreting Irrational Behavior as Political Action based on his dissertation and The Boundless Open Sea: Zen and Critical Theory. He is finishing up a new text that can be used as a study guide as an annotated version of the Tao te Ching, and is working on annotated reflections on close readings of works by Plato, Karl Marx, Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Martin Heidegger, to look at the historical cultural influence of philosophical ideas. Dr. Kaye has published on topics ranging from Occupy Wall Street, Disability Theory, Marxist Thought, Social Psychology of Grief and Coping, and the Art of Living.
His areas of research include Critical Theories, Sociology of the Family, the Social Impact of the History of Ideas.