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Volume 10, No. 2 - Spring 2009
Roger E. Bissell, email: <email@example.com>, url: <http://www.rogerbissell.com>, is a professional musician and a writer on philosophy and psychology, specializing in aesthetics, logic and epistemology, and personality type theory. His work has appeared in a number of other publications, including Reason Papers, Objectivity, Journal of Consciousness Studies, Bulletin of the Association for Psychological Type, Vera Lex, and ART Ideas. Roger's mock transcription of a lecture by the fictional composer Richard Halley was published in Edward W. Younkins' 2007 compilation of essays for Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged: A Philosophical and Literary Companion, and he supervised the transcription of Nathaniel Branden's lectures for the 2009 publication The Vision of Ayn Rand: The Basic Principles of Objectivism. Information about two recently released recordings of Roger's trombone playing can be accessed at <http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/BenDiTostiandRogerBissell> and <http://www.sidestreetstrutters.com/catalog.html#bourbon>, and a new CD with trombone and vocal solos, including four of Roger's original compositions, is scheduled to be released in early 2010.
Stephen R. C. Hicks, Department of Philosophy, Rockford College, Rockford, Illinois 61108; email: <SHicks@Rockford.edu>, url: <http://www.StephenHicks.org>, is Professor of Philosophy and Executive Director of the Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship at Rockford College. He is the author of Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault (Scholargy, 2004) and Nietzsche and the Nazis (Ockham's Razor, 2006).
Lester H. Hunt, Professor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 600 North Park Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706; email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, url: <http://lesterhhunt.blogspot.com>, is the author of Nietzsche and the Origin of Virtue (Routledge) and Character and Culture (Rowman and Littlefield) as well as articles on aesthetics, ethics, and political philosophy. He is currently at work on a book on Robert Nozick.
Robert Powell, Doctor of Philosophy with a degree in English from Florida State University; email: <email@example.com>, is an Assistant Professor of English at LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, Tennessee. His dissertation is entitled Ayn Rand's Heroes: Between and Beyond Good and Evil.
Adam Reed, Professor of Information Systems, California State University, Los Angeles, California 90032-8123, email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, studied electrical engineering, computer science and neurophysiology as an undergraduate and graduate student at MIT. He completed his doctorate in mathematical psychology at the University of Oregon and did postdoctoral research in neural networks at Rockefeller University. Before joining the faculty of Cal State LA, he spent 18 years at Bell Labs, working in artificial intelligence and in software engineering. He is the author of more than 20 research articles, book chapters and patents in electronics, computer science, neurophysiology, mathematical and cognitive psychology, economics, scientific methodology and epistemology, politics, political history and the history of ideas.
Peter Saint-Andre received a B.A. in Philosophy and Classics from Columbia University in 1989. For the last ten years he has worked on the standardization of Internet protocols for real-time communication, digital identity, and information security. His essays, poems, translations, musical compositions, and weblog are available at <http://stpeter.im/>.
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