John Eigenauer is a professor of philosophy at Taft College. He holds a master’s degree in English, a master’s degree in humanities, and a doctorate in interdisciplinary studies from Syracuse University, where he was the recipient of the prestigious Syracuse University Fellowship. He has taught philosophy, English, mathematics, computer science, physics, and Spanish. He currently teaches philosophy and critical thinking. He has offered workshops nationally and internationally on the pedagogy of critical thinking and published articles on critical thinking and rationality. His most recent article, “The Problem with the Problem of Human Rationality,” published in the International Journal of Educational Reform, was highlighted in Psychology Today. Others publications of Dr. Eigenauer’s have appeared in The Harvard Theological Review, History of Intellectual Culture, Innovation Abstracts, and The NISOD Papers. Before joining Taft College, Dr. Eigenauer worked for Microsoft as a Senior Technology Specialist and at NASA Lewis Research Center as a Systems Analyst. He is a recipient of the NISOD Excellence Award and is a reader at The Huntington Library.