Authors

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Linda Zagzebski
lzagzebski@ou.edu

University of Oklahoma, Dept. of Philosophy, 455 West Lindsey, Room 6051 Morman OK 73019-2006, USA

Linda Zagzebski is George Lynn Cross Research Professor of Philosophy and Kingfisher College Chair of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at the University of Oklahoma. She is President of the Society of Christian Philosophers and past President of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. She has given many endowed lectures, including the Romanell Lectures of Phi Beta Kappa and the McCarthy Lectures at the Gregorian University. Her books include The Dilemma of Freedom and Foreknowledge (Oxford University Press), Virtues of the Mind (Cambridge University Press), Divine Motivation Theory (Cambridge),and Philosophy of Religion: An Historical Introduction (Blackwell), as well as many other articles in virtue epistemology, philosophy of religion, and virtue ethics.


Gal Zauberman
Gal@wharton.upenn.edu

The Wharton School, Marketing Department, University of Pennsylvania, 700 Huntsman Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA.

Gal Zauberman is a Professor of Marketing and Psychology at The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. His academic background includes a B.A. in Psychology and Economics from The University of North Carolina, Chapel-Hill (1994), and a PhD in Marketing from Duke University (2000). Professor Gal Zauberman studies consumer judgment and decision making, and in particular, time in decisions. He won numerous awards, including the 2007 Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions to Consumer Psychology. His research has been published in top-tier academic journals and received international media coverage, including the New York Times, Scientific American, among others.