Senior Lecturer of Philosophy, University of Malta (Junior College)
Niki Young lectures Philosophy at the University of Malta, Junior College. His areas of interest include 20th and 21st Century Continental Philosophy, Phenomenology, Aesthetics, Deconstruction, as well as the various forms of New Realism and Materialism currently being developed by a number of contemporary thinkers. He has contributed to a number of publications related to philosophy and contemporary art, the most recent one being “On Correlationism and the Philosophy of (Human) Access” (Open Philosophy, 2020), a paper which assesses the similarities and differences between the work of Meillassoux and that of Harman. Young’s current research focuses on the points of convergence and divergence between the work of Graham Harman and that of Jacques Derrida.