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Phin Upham Named as Featured Author on Philosophy Report


Philosophy Report is blog created to collect and share the best current writing on philosophy and how it relates to the world we see around us every day.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 27, 2012

Special interest blog Philosophy Report announced today that writer Phin Upham has been named its newest featured author. Some of Upham's numerous published essays have been previously featured on the site. Philosophy Report would like to highlight his contributions to the site and to the subjects on which he writes and thank him for his insights.

Upham has an MBA and a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and currently works as a hedge fund investor, specializing in macroeconomics and technology. He has written for the Harvard Review of Philosophy and served as Editor-in-Chief for three volumes from 1998 to 2000. He also edited a widely published compilation of interviews entitled Philosophers in Conversation, which contains one of the few known interviews given by John Rawls.

Philosophy Report has chosen Phin Upham as a featured author based on his background of engaging writing on subjects such as reason, consciousness, and the mind. His writing can be found in numerous scholarly journals, and his editorial contributions have been translated and republished internationally. The editors of Philosophy Report also cite his extensive record of community service, including major community outreach in West Philadelphia as the youngest member of the Board of the University of Pennsylvania Museum's Young Friends. Upham has also shown educational leadership by overseeing all graduate student involvement in the museum.

About Philosophy Report
Philosophy Report is a blog and aggregator site created to collect and share the best current writing on philosophic subjects. The site's curators deliver articles from across the web that expand the horizons of academic discourse and provide engrossing reading for both casual readers and serious academics. Visit Philosophy Report at

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