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Jon is a professional engineer, amateur philosopher, and Lutheran Christian living in Olathe, Kansas, USA.

His published papers discuss various aspects of Peirce's thought, touching on mathematics, phenomenology, logic as semiotic (including pragmatism), and metaphysics (including cosmology).

Nick received his BA in Philosophy at Yale University in the heyday of deconstruction and his MS in Computer Science at WPI in the heyday of AI expert systems. He didn't recover until encountering the work of Richard Rorty at NYU Law School, where he received his JD.

His careers have spanned software engineering, intellectual property litigation, IT research and analysis, and design thinking. Nick is currently developing a post-pragmatist philosophy he calls Fruitionism. You can find him on Twitter and read more of his writing on Medium.

Megan is an artist and Associate Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University, where she teaches course in aesthetics, phenomenology, and twentieth-century continental philosophy. Her research interests include color, synesthesia, autism, psychoanalysis, and embodiment.

She is the author of Levinas and James: Towards a Pragmatic Phenomenology (2009), co-editor with Marcia Morgan of Richard J. Bernstein and the Expansion of American Philosophy: Thinking the Plural (2016), and currently at work on a book on Levinas, Derrida, and palliative care in America.

You can also find her work at Water Street Projects.

Jared is a writer exploring cultural history and cultures of work. His writing has appeared in JacobinIt's Freezing in LA!, Yes! MagazineSociety+ Space, and elsewhere. He is Director of Communications and Resources at the Schumacher Center for a New Economics.

Sam is a freelance writer, blogger, and journalist based in London. His main areas of interest include ethics, existentialism, psychology, mental health, and psychedelics. You can find him on Twitter and read more of his writing at http://www.samwoolfe.com.

A podcast where we attempt to notice easily overlooked aspects of human experience.

Henriikka works on the history of late nineteenth-century German philosophy. In her dissertation, she is researching the concepts of historicism, naturalism, and Lebensphilosophie in the thought of Wilhelm Dilthey.

Besides that, her interests lie in the philosophy of the social sciences, the philosophy of history, and hermeneutics.

Ben writes a weekly newsletter related to complexity science, the food system, and Buddhism. He has spent the last five years working at the intersection of food and technology for restaurant chains, catering brands, and tech startups. Originally from London, he schooled in Philadelphia and is now living in Toronto.