About the Authors

About the authors

About the Authors

M.D. Moorman is a doctoral candidate in philosophy at The Catholic University of America. He has an MA in philosophy from Georgetown University and an M.Phil in the History and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge University. His main philosophical interest is the philosophy of the 19th and 20th centuries. He is considering a dissertation on Josiah Royce or Charles Hartshorne. He lives on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with his wife and three children.



Benjamin Tucker is currently a graduate student in the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies M.A. Program at Florida Atlantic University. He graduated from the University of Central Florida with two bachelors degrees in the fields of Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Humanities. His research interests primarily include the anti-globalization movement, queer theory, and poststructuralist philosophy.



Colin Wysman is a philosophy undergraduate student in his final year of study at the University of Windsor, Ontario. His areas of interest are in social and political philosophy and critical theory.



Jordan Bartol recently graduated from the university of Windsor and will be attending the University of Guelph in the fall of 2009 to begin work on my M.A. His philosophical interests are primarily in Critical Theory.  He is especially interested in the relationship between processes of socialization and human nature.



Laith Al-Shawaf is currently a senior undergraduate Merit Scholar at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. His concentrations are in Psychology, Philosophy, and Cognitive Science, but he has other strong academic interests, most notably in biology and physics. In August 2009, he will begin his doctoral studies in Evolutionary Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin. His main interests in philosophy are philosophy of science, philosophy of physics, metaphysics, philosophy of biology, and philosophy of mind. Laith would like to thank his parents for instilling in him a love of learning and knowledge, and for their wisdom and constant support.



Aditya Singh is a recent high school graduate of Anglo-Chinese Junior College, Singapore, and is currently preparing to commence his undergraduate studies in September, 2009 at Stanford University, California. Originally from India, he was offered the SIA Youth Scholarship to pursue his high school studies in Singapore, and recently received another generous scholarship from Stanford. His chief interests are Physics, Mathematics, and the implications of the two in various branches of philosophy and epistemology. He is also deeply interested in  aeronautics, English literature and the ancient Egyptian civilization.



Joshua Seigal is a final year undergraduate at University College London. In September he will be continuing as a postgraduate at Oxford University. His primary philosophical interests are in epistemology, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of religion



Christina S. Chen is an undergraduate at Vanderbilt University, majoring in psychology and philosophy. Her philosophical interests include ethics as well as philosophy of religion, science, literature, and language. She hopes to explore philosophical themes in poetry after her graduation in 2010.