About the Authors

About the Authors

About the Authors

 

imageAnoop Gupta holds a BA and MA in philosophy from McMaster University, in Canada, as well as a PhD with a focus on the philosophy of mathematics, from the University of Ottawa, Canada. From the University of Windsor, also in Canada, he holds a BEd and MEd (in administration). He is presently enrolled in Windsor’s Joint PhD in Cognition and Learning, working on the social cognitive dimensions of meaning making in algebra and the visual arts.

He is interested in developing as far as plausible a realist account of truth informed by recent advances in cognitive science. With our understanding of neural processes, behavior, and cognition, He investigates the concept and formation of truths, neurometaphysics. He is interested in realism and cognitive behaviorism, that is, an account of the self that incorporates both cognitive and social insights, in relation to belief formation.

Making connections to the neurosciences, culture, and history, He studies the relationship between mind and truth. Further, he writes on socio-political topics such as the environment or India. His interest in realism overlaps with his concerns the neurosciences and social justice, but is not exhausted by them. He has published one book and several articles in three countries.







 

imageTheodoros Christidis was Professor of History and Philosophy of Physical Sciences at the University of Thessaly, Greece; and since 2006 has been Emeritus Profes-sor of this University. He studied Physics at the Aristotle University of Thes-saloniki, where he received his PhD in Theoretical Mechanics. Later, he followed post-doctoral courses on History and Philosophy of Science at the Chelsea University, London, in 1979-80 and ten years later at the Fondation Louis de Broglie, Paris, where he published his first paper on Heraclitus. Until 1998 he was Assistant Professor in the Aristotle University, where, for about 20 years, he taught Physics, introductory mathematics (calculus), History and Philosophy of Physics and ancient philosophy, especially the Presocratics. He has published many papers in Greek and international Journals on the philosophy of the Presocratics; he also published recently a book on Heraclitus’ work (in Greek). Currently, he studies the work of Parmenides.







 

Kathleen O'Dwyer is a lecturer in Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland, where she teaches English Language and Literature. She is author of The Possibility of Love: An Interdisciplinary Analysis (2009),  Cambridge Scholars Publishing.







imageBen Smart is currently affiliated with the University of Nottingham, where he has lived, studied, and run seminars since 2002. His philosophical interests lie primarily in metaphysics, and in particular with causation and causal laws. However, he also helps teach courses on epistemology, philosophy of time and philosophy of sex. He is editor of the philosophy of sexuality category for PhilPapers. He is an avid golf, rugby, and Birmingham City fan, and although he has not lived there properly for years, he still calls the beautiful island of Jersey (Channel Islands) his home.







imageAndrew M. Haines has a B.A. in philosophy from the Pontifical College Josephinum, and is currently completing his M.A. at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. In addition to philosophy, he has also spent time studying Catholic theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Italy.  Andrew hopes to continue on for his PhD in philosophy in the next few years.







 

Rebecca Carhart recently earned her B.A. from Taylor University in Upland, IN, where she majored in Biblical Literature and Philosophy.  Her primary interests include ethics, philosophy of religion, biblical exegesis and theology.







 



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.