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Tibor Solymosi, PhD, is interested in the intersection of science and technology with values, especially the consequences of the sciences and technology for our self-conception as conscious, free, and morally-responsible selves living in democratic cultures. He has published over two dozen articles on these issues. He is co-editor of two anthologies, Pragmatist Neurophilosophy (Bloomsbury) and Neuroscience, Neurophilosophy, and Pragmatism (Palgrave). He has been invited to speak throughout the United States and Europe. He has previously taught at Southern Illinois University, Allegheny College, Bowie State University, and Mercyhurst University.