You risk an encounter with another persons ideas and experiences, and you may not ever be the same. Today I read two articles in our campus newspaper, The Preface. I took a chance by skimming through on finding any articles that shared my point of view or that would capture interest from me. I was actually very pleased to find an article that I believe to be outstanding.
His book Scenario Visualization: His primary research interests are contemporary continental philosophy, philosophy of literature and film, existentialism, and German philosophy.
His recent publications include several papers on reasonability, revenge, and determinism, as well as writings on Kafka, Nietzsche, and Heidegger. He currently suffers from paranoia and insomnia, and is wary of the underpants gnomes.
In addition to authoring articles on ancient philosophy, applied ethics, political philosophy, metaphysics, and the philosophy of religion, he has contributed to The Beatles and Philosophy, Hitchcock and Philosophy and Metallica and Philosophy.
He met his wife at Raisins and knows what he wants to ask God in the year His book Gilligan Unbound: Recently uncovered documents have shown, and DNA tests have confirmed, that he was switched at birth with Eric Cartman; he and his heirs are looking forward to all the residuals — and Cheesypoofs — they will now be collecting.
David Valleau Curtis is a Professor of Communications at Blackburn College and has authored a number of articles on the media and society. He is particularly interested in the Internet, new media, and e-commerce. He has completed a draft of a book on communications theorists Marshall McLuhan and Walter Ong called The Priest and the Prophet and is also working on a book about e-commerce profiling with Dr.
Christian Vermehren, a European Internet entrepreneur. His publications include papers on time travel, Friedrich Nietzsche, personal identity, and Family Guy. Every time he thinks of something clever, he finds out The Simpsons already did it. Erion is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Medaille College, where his research includes work in ethics, philosophy of mind, and the teaching of philosophy.
While traveling home from a recent academic conference he fell from a burning bridge, tumbled down a rocky cliff, and was impaled on a tree branch, then attacked by a mountain lion, shot by the Super Adventure Club, and mauled by a grizzly bear. She has published several articles in continental philosophy, aesthetics, and feminism.
She hopes to have her own theme park some day so that she can ride the roller coaster all by herself.
His main areas of research are political and social philosophy, philosophy of sex and gender, and applied ethics.
He is the author of a number of articles, including articles related to same-sex marriage in the South African Journal of Philosophy and the Review Journal of Political Philosophy. He also does not tolerate intolerance. His research interests include political and social philosophy, Marx, and philosophy of law.
He is co-editor of James Bond and Philosophy. He has published in several scholarly journals, including Vera Lex and the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, and has written on topics ranging from punishment to postmodernism.
Although raised Catholic, his experiences aboard the Catholic Boat have led him to be wary of priests, religion, and cruises.
Henry Jacoby teaches philosophy at East Carolina University. He has published mostly in philosophy of mind. He would never kill somebody — not unless they pissed him off.
He resides in the quiet, little, pissant, podunk, redneck mountain town of State College, PA you bastards! Chicken Soup for the Soulless. His philosophical interests include ethics, ancient Greek philosophy, and philosophy of religion.
He is deathly afraid of wearing an orange parka. His philosophical specializations include religion, logic, and metaphysics.
He teaches a course on Pop Culture and Philosophy which incorporates a large amount of South Park and will also have an article in the upcoming Family Guy and Philosophy volume. Kyle dedicates his chapter to the memory of Mitch Conner, the run of the mill con-man that cashed in his last chips impersonating Jennifer Lopez.
He is the author of The Ontology of Cyberspace and numerous scholarly articles in ethics, ontology, humanism, and law. Students who have seen his office know him and his dog, Buttercup nicknamed Buttersas Professor Chaos and General Disarray. She has published in the areas of healthcare ethics, professional ethics, and pedagogy and, oh my God, she killed Kenny!
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