New York, NYUSA
January 24, 2013
Continental philosophy, moral philosophy, philosophy of religion, socio-political philosophy, existential philosophy, philosophy of science, and philosophy of mind.
"An Atheist Defends Religion: Why Humanity Is Better Off with Religion than without It" (Alpha/Penguin 2009) and I am developing a work (that perhaps may never be published) tentatively titled, "The Dialectics of Human Existence: The Human Situation (Where We Are and How We Got Here) and The Human Enterprise (Where We're Going and How to Get There)."
Hegel stands out for his thinking on dialectics, plus William James, Henri Bergson, Whitehead, Nietzsche and a number of "thinkers" from other, related disciplines (Ernest Becker, Rollo May and Erich Fromm are early intellectual "heroes").
My name is Bruce - and I know this sounds so self-indulgent, but I write philosophy. My area of interest is what I call the "philosophy of human being" or "human meaning." I have had one book in a related subject area published by an imprint of Pen