“After my adventure at the Reichenbach Falls, I travelled for two years in Tibet, …and amused myself by visiting Lhassa, and spending some days with the head Lama. You may have read of the remarkable explorations of a Norwegian named Sigerson, but I am sure that it never occurred to you that you were receiving news of me. I then passed through Persia, looked in at Mecca, and paid a short but interesting visit to the Khalifa at Khartoum, the results of which I have communicated to the Foreign Office. Returning to France, I spent some months in a research into the coal-tar derivatives, which I conducted in a laboratory at Montpellier, in the South of France.”

At moments when I was not otherwise occupied, I earned my B.A. in Philosophy from Temple University, and my Ph.D. in Philosophy from UCLA.

My interests lie in Philosophy of Language, Symbolic Logic (the Art of Deduction), and Rationality (and Reasoning) in general.

My motto is: “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by chance ever observes.”