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Jay Garfield

Jay Lazar Garfield is a professor of philosophy who specializes in Tibetan Buddhism. He also specializes on the philosophy of mind, cognitive science, epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of language, ethics, and hermeneutics. He is currently Doris Silbert Professor in the Humanities at Smith College, professor of philosophy at the University of Melbourne, visiting professor of philosophy…

Helen De Cruz

Helen De Cruz is a Belgian philosopher and Danforth Chair in the Humanities at Saint Louis University who specializes in philosophy of religion, experimental philosophy, and philosophy of cognitive science. She is also currently editor-in-chief for Res Philosophica, associate editor for Ergo, editorial board member of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and editorial board member…

Kelly James Clark

Kelly James Clark has held postdoctoral fellowships at Oxford University, the University of St. Andrews, and the University of Notre Dame. Clark has lectured around the world and has served as director for international conferences on science and religion, interfaith cooperation, & Chinese philosophy. He has worked extensively with the John Templeton Foundation, organizing many…

George Corbett

Prof. Corbett directs CEPHAS, a Thomistic Centre for Philosophy and Scholastic Theology; TheoArtistry, a project bringing together theologians and artists for creative collaborations; and he co-directs the MLitt in Sacred Music (a collaboration between ITIA and the Music Centre). Prior to joining the University of St Andrew’s School of Divinity in 2015, Corbett held positions as Junior…

Donald E. Miller

Muzaffar Iqbal

Richard Mouw

Eduard Shyfrin

Eduard Volodymyrovych Shifrin is a Ukrainian-Russian entrepreneur who is a co-owner of the Midland Group. He is a resident of London. From 1977–1983, he attended the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, earning a PhD in metallurgy. In the last 5-6 years, Shifrin has spent studying the Torah and Kabbalah with a particular interest in the intersection…

Toji Kamata

Toji Kamata is Professor Emeritus at Kyoto University and Specially Appointed Professor at the Institute of Grief Care at Sophia University in Japan. He is ordained as a Shinto priest. He has authored numerous books addressing Japanese spirituality from historical, cultural and philosophical perspectives. An English translation of his book Myth and Deity in Japan…

Jim Faulconer

James E. Faulconer is an American philosopher, a former Richard L. Evans Professor of Philosophy at Brigham Young University, the former director of BYU’s London Centre, a Fellow at the Wheatley Institution (and its former associate director), and a Senior Research Fellow at the Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. He previously served as the dean…

Ravi Gomatam

Ravi Gomatam is the Director of Bhaktivedanta Institute and the Institute of Semantic Information Sciences and Technology. After obtaining his master’s degree in electronics engineering, Ravi Gomatam worked for a few years with Air India in Mumbai, on software development projects, including online crew scheduling. He then went to the USA, where he worked for…

Ted Good

Ted Good currently works at the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto. HIs primary research areas are in History of Religion, Social and Political Philosophy and Metaphysics.