PhD Graduate Center of the City of New York
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Professor Perricone’s area of specialization is Philosophy of Art, and his areas of competence are the history of philosophy and neo-darwinism. While studying at the Graduate Center of the City of New York, he had the privilege of studying under Milton Munitz, Standish Thayer, Raymond Smullyan, et al.
With over 50 articles and reviews published in refereed professional philosophy journals; his work has appeared in some of the best journals in the field, for example, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, The Journal of British Aesthetics, The Journal of Aesthetic Education, The Journal of Value Inquiry, etc.
In addition to his work in philosophy, Dr. Perricone has had poetry published in literary journals. In 1996, he had a volume of poetry, A Summer of Monkey Poems, published by the late Harry Duncan of the Cummington Press. Harry Duncan, during his long and distinguished career at the helm of the Cummington Press, published, among others, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, and Robert Lowell, a group Dr. Perricone is both proud and humbled to have his literary work in the company of. For further details about his curriculum vitae and interests, one may visit his website.