EDITORSANIMUS is produced by a permanent editorial board of six editors. The first issue of the Journal is their work exclusively. For subsequent issues ANIMUS includes others outside this board as editors [See Volume Editors below], but the ultimate authorization and responsibility for the content of the Journal remains with this permanent board:
Floy E. Andrews is Professor of Philosophy at Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's
NF, where she has taught for nearly thirty five years. Her specialization
is in seventeenth century
philosophy, especially Descartes and Leibniz, though she has taught logic for virtually every one of
those years. Her dominant interest in philosophy is understanding its true history.
Paul Epstein is Associate Professor of Classical Languages and Literatures at Oklahoma State
University. He is a student of Greek poetry and is especially interested in the relation of Greek
religion and art, and the restatement of these matters in Christian times.
D. K. House is an Associate
Professor at Dalhousie University, Halifax and has taught in the
Classics Department there since 1975. His area of special interest is ancient philosophy (Plato,
Aristotle and ancient scepticism). However, he has published articles in the area of Patristic
Studies (Tertullian, Augustine) and given a number of papers at conferences on the relation of
contemporary schools of philosophy to ancient thought.
F. L. Jackson taught the history of modern philosophy at Memorial University of
Newfoundland for over thirty years, both the grand tradition from Bacon to Hegel and its 19th and
20th century critique. He has a background in experimental psychology and has written mostly on
Hegel, Nietzsche, Husserl, contemporary cultural and constitutional issues. He considers himself a
modern through and through.
Angus Johnston is an Associate Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of King's College. He teaches in and is a past director of the King's Foundation Year Programme, a consideration of western thought and culture. His field of specialization is the philosophy of Plato and Aristotle. He is also the vice president of the college.
David Peddle is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Chair of Humanities at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Memorial University. His primary interests lie in the history of western philosophy and culture and the light which these cast on contemporary political institutions.
Volume 1 (1996): Recovering the Tradition. (Papers from the original Editorial Board.)
Volume 2 (1997): Postmodernism
Volume 3 (1998): Early Modern Thought
Volume 4 (1999): Platonism
Volume 5 (2000): Hegel
Volume 6 (2001): The Family
Volume 7 (2002): Political Institutions
Volume 8 (2003): Aesthetics
Volume 9 (2004): Secularity and Religion
Volume 10 (2005) Philosophy and Freedom: Essays on the Life and Thought of James Doull
Volume 11 (2006) War