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The Future of Force and Faith: World Religions and Global Power


LTC(P) Joanne Moore
Senior Advisor for Contingency Plans within the Office of The Secretary of Defense for Policy
LTC(P) Joanne Moore currently serves as a senior advisor for contingency plans within the Office of The Secretary of Defense for Policy.  In that position she helps write and publish Department of Defense strategic guidance and interprets military jargon for senior civilian leaders in DoD.  Her previous assignments include working as a planner for US Army Central Command and US Army Forces Command, and leading military police in the United States and various places around the world.  With the Army's generous assistance, she has enjoyed extended visits to Afghanistan, Egypt, Haiti, Honduras, Iraq, Korea, Kosovo, and Pakistan.
She holds an MPA from Columbia University and a MS from the US Military Academy.  Her limited scholarly work has been focused on U.S. public policy, terrorism, and homeland defense-not all in the same paper.


Dr. Robert Edmund Tully
Professor: United States Military Academy
Robert Edmund Tully.  B.A. (Yale), English Literature; D. Phil. (Oxford), Philosophy.  Professor: West Point (Department of English and Philosophy); Professor Emeritus:  University of Toronto (Department of Philosophy).  Areas of teaching:  Early Analytic Philosophy (Frege, Russell, Moore, Wittgenstein); Early Modern Philosophy (Descartes, Spinoza, Locke, Berkeley); Ancient Philosophy; Logic and philosophy of language; Ethics.​  Sample publications: Logic with Symlog (co-author with Frederic Portoraro); "Russell's Neutral Monism" (Cambridge Companion to Russell);  "Regarding Privacy" (Russell and Analytic Philosophy); "Sub-Tractatus" (Philosophy and the Cognitive Sciences); "Dualism in the Tractatus" (Wittgenstein Jahrbuch); Just War in Religion and Politics (co-editor and contributor, with Bruce Chilton and Jacob Neusner).  Current research projects:  George Berkeley’s Alciphron, or the Minute Philosopher (1734); West Point Logic.