Anthony S. Wright, PhD (2014, Philosophy & Religion), is an scholar of Chinese philosophy and complexity science. At Sonoma State University, Dr. Wright has taught Ethics, Critical Thinking, and Philosophy of Communication. He has been studying the Confucian “Classic of Changes” (also known as the Yì Jīng [易巠]) since 1967.
Adam Dietz grew up in nearby Terra Linda before attending San Diego State for undergraduate studies and to play soccer. Ethics, Values and Far Eastern philosophy were particular areas of emphasis during his time there. Adam worked in the State Parks as a Resource Ecologist Park Aid in Sonoma and Marin before beginning postgraduate studies at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
Dwayne Mulder received his Ph.D. from Loyola University-Chicago. He taught philosophy at Loyola, the University of Wisconsin, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and Fresno State University before coming to Sonoma State University in 1999. He is the co-author of The Theory of Knowledge (Oxford, 1998) with Paul Moser and J. D. Trout, and has published several journal articles. He also co-edited the anthology Contemporary Approaches to Philosophy (Macmillan, 1996).He is currently working on a new critical thinking textbook.