Paul Fagan holds a PhD from the University of Hull. His main interests include political philosophy and environmental philosophy. Paul teaches in colleges in northern England and has recently designed a business ethics course to be taught internationally.
Hubertus Fremerey is a theoretical physicist who has worked as a computer software developer in the industry. He is a member of the Board of the International Society for Philosophers. He has contributed articles to Philosophy Pathways on the notion of a ‘good society’ and a critique of the ‘two cultures’ of scientists and humanists.
Björn Freter gained his PhD in Philosophy at the Free University, Berlin. He is currently working as Independent Scholar based in Knoxville, TN, U.S.A. His research fields include African philosophy, post-colonial philosophy, racism, animal ethics, phenomenology of normativity and literary studies.
Dena Hurst holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Stetson University and a master’s degree and doctorate in Philosophy from Florida State University. She is associate editor of Philosophical Practice, the journal of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association, and also an editor the online journal Philosophy for Business. She is a member of the Board of the International Society for Philosophers.
Martin Jenkins received the ISFP Fellowship for his dissertation Aristocratic Radicalism or Anarchy? An Examination of Nietzsche’s Doctrine of Will to Power. He is an editor of Philosophy Pathways.
Peter Jones is an independent researcher living in West Yorkshire. His main philosophical interest is in untangling metaphysics and clarifying the relationship between ‘Eastern’ and ‘Western’ philosophy. He is an editor for the Philosophy Pathways e-journal. He has an undergraduate degree in music and a Fellowship Award from the International Society of Philosophers for an essay From Metaphysics to Mysticism.
Danny Krämer has a Philosophy MA from the university of Erfurt. His blog ‘The Realist Turn’ can be found at http://therealistturn.wordpress.com.
Jürgen Lawrenz gained his Fellowship of the ISFP for his dissertation, Sources of Metaphysical Thinking in Presocratic Philosophy and went on gain a PhD in Philosophy at Sydney University, where he also lectured on 17th century philosophy and aesthetics.. (Philosophos.org)
Samuel Michaelides is a member of the Board of the International Society for Philosophers. He has an MA from the University of Reading. He received the ISFP Fellowship for his MA dissertation Mary and the Philosophical Goose Chase: Physicalism and the Knowledge Argument.
Helier Robinson is Emeritus Professor in Philosophy, University of Guelph. His books are available from http://SharebooksPublishing.com.
Craig Skinner is a retired Senior NHS Consultant and a graduate of the University of London International Programme in Philosophy. His tutor was Dr Geoffrey Klempner. (Philosophos.org)
Gideon Smith-Jones does not exist. However, he will be contributing to these pages from time to time.
Georgios Tsagdis is Fellow at the Westminster Law and Theory Centre. He is organizer of a London intercollegiate colloquium on Plotinus and editor and contributor of the Plotinus Archive. He is a member of the Board of the International Society for Philosophers. (Academia.edu)
Sara L. Uckelman is a lecturer in philosophy at Durham University. Her research interests include logic and philosophy of language. (Academia.edu)
Gershon Velvel was so-named by his parents after the Hebrew word for stranger and the Yiddish word for wolf. He is related to two other members of the panel by Leibniz’s Law.
Shaun Williamson works as a computer programmer, and also has a keen interest in psychotherapy. He did his graduate studies in the philosophy of Wittgenstein.