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Clément Vidal

Clément Vidal describes himself as a “big questions philosopher.” He is a researcher and an assistant professor at the Free University of Brussels in Belgium. Among his areas of study is the potential impact the discovery of intelligent alien life would have on society.

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Robert Lawrence Kuhn

Robert Lawrence Kuhn is an investment banker, public intellectual and the creator of “Closer to Truth,” a PBS television show, website and series of videos and podcasts that examine the “big questions” of existence. Contact via his Facebook page.

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Michael Dodds

Michael Dodds is a professor of philosophy and theology at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Calif. He researches the philosophy of nature, God and suffering, and science and religion.

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G. Elijah Dann

G. Elijah Dann is a professor of religion and philosophy at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, where he teaches courses on bioethics, atheism, and ethics and technology.

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Cristóbal Serrán-Pagán y Fuentes

Cristóbal Serrán-Pagán y Fuentes is an associate professor of philosophy and religious studies at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Ga. He is leading a daylong celebration of Thomas Merton and the Spanish mystics Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross as part of the Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University’s 100th anniversary celebration of […]

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Paul Williams

Paul Williams is a emeritus professor of Indian and Tibetan philosophy in the department of theology and religious studies at the University of Bristol, England. He has mainly studied Madhyamaka Buddhist philosophy, a school of Buddhism which developed in India initially during the first century and had a wide influence on Buddhist thought in India.

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