About the Authors


Gavin Colvert is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts.  He has published work in the areas of ethics, political philosophy, the philosophy of religion and medieval philosophy.  He is currently working on a study of the historical and contemporary importance of prudence in Aquinas’ ethical and political theory.


Martha King received her B.A. from Purdue University and is currently a doctoral student in Philosophy at Saint Louis University.


Colin Connors is a Sophomore Philosophy major at Saint Anselm College, and lives in Princeton, MA.


Erin Kidd is a senior Philosophy and Biblical Studies double major at Gordon College in Wenham, MA. In the Fall, she will attend the University of Notre Dame where she will pursue a Master of Theological Studies in History of Christianity. Ms. Kidd is originally from Ponte Vedra, FL.  


Alice Evans is a Philosophy undergraduate at the University of Nottingham, Alice EvansUnited Kingdom. She is currently inclined towards hedonic utilitarianism but unconvinced that there are any moral facts. As such, she is particularly interested in meta-ethical defences of utilitarianism.