About the Authors
Predrag Cicovacki is
Associate Professor of Philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross. He
author and editor of seven books, including Anamorphosis:
Knowledge and Ignorance (1997), Between
Truth and Illusion: Kant
at the Crossroads of Modernity (2002), and Destined
Twentieth Century Replies (2005). He is
finishing a book with
the working title, Dostoevsky and the
Life, and is
preparing for print a collection of essays by Albert Schweitzer.
Vezér received his Honours BA from York
University and is currently a MSc
candidate in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences program at the
of Economics and Political Science. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Urstad has a B.A.
in philosophy from Simon Fraser University in Canada
and an M.A. and PhD in philosophy from the University of Oslo,
Norway. He recently completed
his PhD dissertation and is expecting to have his formal defence
before Christmas, 2007. His area is Ancient Philosophy, more
Ancient Ethics. His dissertation topic was the ethics of a little known
contemporary and student of Socrates, Aristippus.
Sean T. McGovern
is a graduate of Hamilton College in beautiful Clinton, NY.
He has strong
interests in physics and phenomenology. He currently lives in