Ben Mijuskovic received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of California at San Diego and his M. A. in Literature from the same institution. He is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Currently he is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at California State University at Dominguez Hills. Professor Mijuskovic has published articles in Telos, Dialogue, International Studies in Philosophy, Philosophical Quarterly, Sophia, Journal of Thought, Southern Journal of Philosophy, Critica, Philosophy Toady, Schopenhauer Jahrbuch, Review of Existential Psychiatry and Psychology, Psychiatry, Psychocultural Review, Psychology, Journal of the History of Philosophy, Idealistic Studies, Journal of Phenomenological Research, Psychoanalytic Review, Man and His Conduct, Journal of Social Philosophy, Journal of Thanatology, Psychological Perspectives, Cogito, Adolescence, Child Study Journal, The Psychotherapy Patient, Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, Journal of Couple Therapy, Essays in Philosophical Counseling, Zeitschrift fuer Philosophische Praxis, Philosophy and Literature, and others. He has also authored four books: The Achilles of Rationalist Arguments, Contingent Immaterialism, Feeling Lonesome, Loneliness in Philosophy, Literature, and Psychology.
Michael D. Bobo earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Political Science at Vanguard University of Southern California and a Master’s Degree in Humanities from California State University, Dominguez Hills. His thesis focused upon the history of an argument in defense of dualism as it pertains to the philosophies of Roderick M. Chisholm and Richard Swinburne. Michael teaches as an Adjunct Humanities Professor at Rio Hondo College, Chaffey College, Citrus College and Pasadena City College. He is currently pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts degree at Johns Hopkins University.