J.R. Howard Hall
“Philosophy is always one generation from dying. Students allow philosophy to continue. For that, we teachers of philosophy owe them an unrepayable and immeasurable debt of gratitude. Studying philosophy is never easy. It is, however, usually pleasant. Teaching philosophy is always a joy.”
I graduated with a Ph.D. in philosophy from Purdue University in 1991. I have research interests in 19th & 20th Century Continental Philosophy, and Indian Philosophy. I have published articles such journals as in 1650-1850, American Phil osophical Quarterly, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, Clio,Continental Philosophy Review, Educational Theory, Idealistic Studies, International Philosophical Quarterly, International Studies in Philosophy, Janus Head, The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Philosophia, Philosophical Forum, Philosophical Frontiers, Philosophy in the Contemporary World, Praxis International, The Pluralist, and Rhetorica.
During my copious free time, when I’m not busy neglecting my duties, I enjoy watching Bollywood movies, cooking Indian food, going to bhangra dances, and worshiping murtis.