Dr. Mark Anderson, associate professor of philosophy, recently published a book, “Diamythologõmen: A Philosophical Portrait of a Philosopher Philosophizing,” with S. Ph. Press. The book depicts through narrative the various activities of a philosopher, as a thinker, a teacher, a scholar and a creative-intellectual writer. With reference to various philosophers, to Plato and Nietzsche in particular, it develops accounts of philosophy as ‘Creative Pyrrhonism’ and of the philosopher as superior to the sage.
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