Tongdong Bai was educated as a physicist at Beijing University.
He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy at Boston University.
His interview with Professor Rosen is published in Chinese, in the
book Public Reason and Contemporary Scholarship.
Thomas Martin teaches philosophy at the University of Nebraska,
Kearney. He is the editor of The Examined Life, and his research
interests are in Wittgenstein, Dostoevsky, and Chesterton.
Predrag Cicovacki teaches Philosophy and is Director of
Peace and Conflict Studies at Holy Cross. He has just completed
Between Truth and Illusion: Kant at the Crossroads of
Modernity, his second book on the philosophy of Immanuel
Meaghan Woodsome studies Comparative Literature at Clark
Nalin Ranasinghe is the Executive Editor of Diotima.
His book, The Soul of Socrates, was published by Cornell
University Press in June 2000. He is presently writing books on
the trial of Socrates and the Problem of Evil.
Bogoljub Šijakovic teaches philosophy at the University
of Nikšic and serves currently as the Minister of Faiths in Yugoslavia.
His books include Mythos, physis, psyche, Amicus Hermes,
and Zoon Politicon; his articles have been published in Serbian,
English, German, Russian, and French.
Gary Delaney DeAngelis teaches Religion and is Associate
Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at Holy Cross.
Nancy Mardas teaches Philosophy at Holy Cross. She has recently
completed a new translation of Rilke’s Sonnets to Orpheus.
Joseph P. Lawrence teaches Philosophy at Holy Cross. His
publications include articles on Socrates, Aristotle, Kant, Schelling,
Hilde Hein is a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco. Her latest
book, The Museum in Transition, was published by the Smithsonian
Press in 2000.