Carl M. Johnson is a philosopher and programmer, currently employed as the Director of Technology for Spotlight PA. Prior to working at Spotlight PA, Carl worked at The Baltimore Sun, Ad Hoc LLC, PBS, and The Atlantic. He has been enabling web publishing since the Nineties.
Carl M. Johnson
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Phone: +1 (808) 599-0232
Dev blog: The Ethically-Trained Programmer
- Spotlight PA, Technology Director (2019--Present)
- Tribune Publishing, Newsroom Product Engineer (2017--2019)
- Ad Hoc, Senior Software Engineer (2016--2017)
- PBS Digital, Tech Lead (2015--2016)
- Atlantic Media Company, Developer (2013--2015)
In 2012, Carl received a Ph.D. in comparative philosophy for a dissertation entitled "Watsuji Tetsurô and the Subject of Aesthetics" (pdf) from the University of Hawai'i Mânoa. In 2006, he received a master's degree from the University of Hawaii. From 2004 until 2006, he taught English as a member of the JET Programme in Toyama Prefecture, Japan at Fukuoka Senior High School and Takaoka School for the Hearing Impaired. In 2004, he graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina with a double major in philosophy and computer science. In 2000, he graduated from high school at the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics.
Repeat guest on the Go Time podcast
FOSDEM 2022: Mastering Your Error Domain
"Computation and Early Chinese Thought." Asian Philosophy 22.2 (June 2012): 143--159.
"Japanese Poetry and the 'Pathetic Fallacy'." Mosaic 45.1 (March 2012): 171--185.
Watsuji Tetsurô. "Mask and Persona." Japan Studies Review (2011): 147--155.