John Sallis is an American philosopher. Since 2005, he has been the Frederick J. Adelmann Professor of Philosophy at Boston College. He has previously taught at Pennsylvania State University (1996-2005), Vanderbilt University (1990-1995), Loyola University of Chicago (1983-1990), Duquesne University (1966-1983) and the University of the South (1964-1966). He is the brother of writer James Sallis.
Christopher Fynsk (born 1952) is Head of the School of Language and Literature at the University of Aberdeen and Director of the Centre for Modern Thought. He is well known for his work relating the political and literary aspects of continental philosophy. Fynsk's work is closely involved with that of Martin Heidegger, Maurice Blanchot, Emmanuel Lévinas, Walter Benjamin and several contemporary artists, including Francis Bacon and Salvatore Puglia.
Robert L. Bernasconi (born 1950) is the Lillian and Morrie Moss Professor of Philosophy at the University of Memphis. He is well known as a reader of Martin Heidegger and Emmanuel Levinas, and for his work on the concept of race. In the fall of 2009 he moved from Memphis to the philosophy department at Pennsylvania State University.
Volker Zotz (Volker Helmut Manfred Zotz) is an eminent Austrian philosopher, and a prolific author in German language. Zotz studied from 1978 to 1985 philosophy, history and Buddhism at the University of Vienna in Vienna. His doctoral thesis was entitled "Zur Rezeption, Interpretation und Kritik des Buddhismus im deutschen Sprachraum" („The influence of Buddhism in German philosophy, literature, and culture“).
William John Richardson, S. J. (born 1920) is an American philosopher, who was among the first to introduce the philosophy of Martin Heidegger to the English-speaking world. He is currently professor of philosophy at Boston College.
Max Müller (6 September 1906 in Offenburg, Baden - 18 October 1994 in Freiburg im Breisgau) was a German philosopher and influential post-World War II Catholic intellectual. Müller was Professor at the University of Freiburg and the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Bill Martin (born 1956) is a professor of Philosophy at DePaul University is best known for his work on Derrida, Sartre, Marxist theory, Aesthetics, and his critiques of Richard Rorty. Martin has written a few books on the subject of Prog Rock and bands like Yes. He also considers himself a Maoist; however rejects certain dogmatic principles of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. He has certain affinity to the work of the Revolutionary Communisty Party and its chairman, Bob Avakian.
Antonio Millan Puelles (Also spelled Millán-Puelles) (February 11, 1921 – March 22, 2005) was a Spanish philosopher interested in phenomenology and metaphysics, who published many books and articles. He discovered his vocation to philosophy when he read Husserl’s Logical Investigations and abandoned the medical studies he had just begun. He combined a complete clarity and precision with depth and profound insights.
James Brusseau is a philosopher specializing in contemporary Continental Philosophy, he is also a novelist. Brusseau (born 1964) took a Ph.D. in Philosophy under the direction of Alphonso Lingis. In 1994 he joined the faculty of Philosophy and Letters at the Mexican National University in Mexico City where he teaches graduate courses in Philosophy and Comparative Literature. He has also taught in Europe and the California State University. He is married to a Spaniard and has two children.
Martin Andreas Hainz is an Austrian philologist, theorist and philosopher. He has taught at several universities in Europe and the United States, among them the universities of Vienna, Timişoara and Iaşi. He is a member of the Northeastern Language Association. His main interests are contemporary German and especially Austrian philosophy and literature. He is a scholar of Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler.
David Farrell Krell is a professor of philosophy at DePaul University. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy at Duquesne University, where he wrote his dissertation on Heidegger and Nietzsche. He has taught at many universities in Germany, France, and England.
Dr. Heinz W. Cassirer (9 August 1903 – 20 February 1979) was a Kantian philosopher, the son of a famous German philosopher, Ernst Cassirer. Being Jews, the Cassirer family fled the Nazis in the 1930s. Heinz went to University of Glasgow working with Professor H. J. Paton, who persuaded him to write a book on Kant's third Critique, the Critique of Judgment. Following Paton, he moved to Oxford, lecturing at Corpus Christi College.
Gerhard Streminger is an Austrian Philosopher and author, born in Graz in 1952 . From 1970, he studied philosophy and mathematics in Graz, Goettingen, Edinburgh with G.E. Davie and Oxford with J. L. Mackie. He gained his PhD in 1978 at the University of Graz, where he held posts from 1975 until 1997. In 1981 he was Visiting Professor at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Joseph Gabel was a French Hungarian-born sociologist and philosopher. His work was always strongly influenced by Marxism but he was against Stalinism and critical of the work Louis Althusser. He first studied Psychopathology with Eugène Minkowski, then he turned to Sociology (he was mainly influenced by Karl Mannheim and Georg Lukács). He taught at the Mohammed-V University of Rabat from 1965 to 1971, and at Amiens University from 1971 to 1980.
Robert Magliola is an academic specializing in European hermeneutics and deconstruction, in comparative philosophy, and in inter-religious dialogue. He is retired from National Taiwan University and from Assumption University of Thailand.