Greetings. I am a professor of philosophy at Brooklyn College of The City University of New York. Here is my Amazon author’s page; I have written books on the politics of technology, the legal theory of artificial intelligence, military aviation history (my latest book in this genre has just been released), and cricket. This interview with 3AM Magazine provides some background on my work. (I began my academic career as a logician; this post explains why I am no longer one.)
I am currently working on:
- an examination of the mutual influence of legal theory and philosophy (The Metaphysical Forge: The Legal Construction of Reality);
- a memoirish examination of the politics of cricket fandom (Shapeshifter: The Evolution of a Cricket Fan, contracted with Temple University Press);
- a popular examination of the relationship of Bollywood war movies to the ‘Indian popular imagination’ (Bollywood Goes to War, contracted with HarperCollins);
- a philosophical inquiry into the work of the Indian director, Shyam Benegal (Shyam Benegal: Philosopher and Filmmaker, contracted with Bloomsbury Academic.)
I have contributed articles to Aeon, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Nation, Jacobin, The Washington Spectator, and Outlook and Open magazines. A link to these writings can be found–besides through the links above–in the Miscellaneous Writings page. I used to blog on the sport of cricket at ESPNcricinfo, at The Cordon. Since September 2017, I have been writing longform essays every four weeks or so as a guest columnist at Three Quarks Daily.