For the last four years I've been teaching Critical Thinking, World Cultures and World Religions at Strayer University. Previously I taught Introduction to Philosophy and Logic at several other local colleges and universities.

My Masters and PhD in Philosophy were awarded in 1982 by The American University, with specializations in Philosophy od Science and Philosophy of Religion. My dissertation argued for an ontology-based reconstruction of the development of atomism in early Greek philosophy.

I am very interested in argument concerning the reality of spatial relations. Specifically, I argue for the empirical hypothesis that space is a su…

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