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Mark T.


Dallas, TX

Member since:

September 11, 2013

Who is your favorite philosopher, and why?

(1) Berkeley, because he's sure about people and agnostic about the world; (2) Peirce, because he knows that realism is an ideal condition on our knowing; (3) Nietzsche, because he and Plato are the greatest stylists; (4) Habermas, because he is actually trying to do something about today's social issues.

What attracted you to join this group?

I want to be a part of whatever is going on in philosophy here in the Dallas area.

How do you define philosophy? There is no wrong answer.

Loving wisdom enough to eventually become a wise lover.


I am professor of philosophy and religion at El Centro College in Dallas. I have a PhD in Humanities--History of Ideas from UTD in the work of Jurgen Habermas.


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