Notes on Contributors
Deutsch Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, and a Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford. He has held chairs in London, Cambridge, and Oxford, and from 1979 to 1987 he was Provost of King's College, Cambridge. His most recent publications are Making Sense of Humanity and Plato.
Emeritus Professor of Oxford University, Honorary Fellow of New College, Oxford and Emeritus Fellow of All Souls' College. He was Wykenham Professor of Logic from 1972 to 1992. Earlier he was for 13 years reader in Philosophy of Mathematics.
David S. Oderberg
Reader in Philosophy at the University of Reading. His most recent books are Moral Theory: A Non-consequentialist Approach and Applied Ethics: A Non-consequentialist Approach (Blackwell, 2000).
Lecturer in Philosophy, Worcester College, Oxford. She is currently working on a book called Descartes: God, Mind and the World.
E. J. Lowe
Professor of Philosophy, University of Durham. Author of Kinds of Being, Subjects of Experience, and The Possibility of Metaphysics.
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Bradford. His publications include: What Philosophy Does, Open Books 1977; Philosophy and Technology, (ed.), Cambridge University Press, 1985.
Robert J. Deltete
Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University. He has published on the history and philosophy of science, especially 19th and 20th century physics and cosmology.
William F. Vallicella
After some years of teaching at University of Dayton and Case Western Reserve University, Dr Vallicella abandoned a tenured position, retiring to the Sonoran desert to live the life of the independent philosopher. He is the author of many published articles, mainly in metaphysics and philosophy of religion, in such journals as Analysis, Ratio, and Nous.