Education & Training
- PhD - Classics, Philosophy, History & Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
- MA - Classics University of Pittsburgh
- BA - St. John's College, Annapolis MD
Dissertation: Parmenidean Irony (2002). "Probabilities Involving Directional Similarity" The Mathematical Scientist 39 (2014)
Pre-Socratic Philosophy; ontology; Homer; Greco-Roman math, science, engineering & technology; Catullus; Ovid; the transition to modernism; political theory; the nature of modern science; gravity; relativity theory; quantum mechanics (particularly the EPR/Bell problem); probability theory; teleology, and more.