“The Rational Human Condition (RHC) is a deeply provocative work whose expansive scope is necessary to achieve its enormous philosophical ambition. This systematic exploration of ‘rational anthropology’ is inspired by Kant both in philosophical approach and presentational form. After arousing contemporary philosophers from their dogmatic slumbers, RHC offers them a profoundly passionate and compassionate account of what it is to be human.”
Bryan Hall, Ph.D.
Associate Dean Undergraduate Division and Professor of Philosophy, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
St. John’s University, Queens