Dr. Erich Freiberger, professor of philosophy wrote his dissertation on Hegel's relation to modern philosophy and has a long-standing interest in the relation between psychoanalysis and Socratic ethics. He has published a number of articles exploring Lacan's relation to the Philosophical Tradition ranging from his appeal to the predicate calculus in his account of sexual difference to work on Plato, Lacan, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Spinoza and Sartre. His work has appeared in the Florida Philosophical Review, The Journal for Lacanian Studies, Clinical Studies, Atenea, Film and Philosophy, Literature and Psychology, and Interdisciplinary Humanities. His recent work is on Plato's influence on Shakespeare's Hamlet, and he is currently working on a book on Plato and Shakespeare.
Dr. Scott Kimbrough, professor of philosophy, has published papers on the philosophy of emotion, the history of modern philosophy, and the philosophy of language in journals such as Florida Philosophical Review, Journal of Philosophical Research, and The Philosophical Quarterly. He is a past President of the Florida Philosophical Association.