Author: Ralph Ellis

Ralph D. Ellis received his PhD at Duquesne University and a postdoctoral M.S. at Georgia State University. He has taught at Clark Atlanta University since 1985, and is interested in integrating the social sciences with the philosophy of mind. His various books in this area are listed at the Ralph D. Ellis page of Amazon.com. Ellis co-authored with Natika Newton How the Mind Uses the Brain (2010), and is Co-Editor with Peter Zachar of the John Benjamins Consciousness & Emotion book series (see www.benjamins.nl/jbp). Ellis is now trying to integrate enactive consciousness theory with moral and social philosophy, with relevance to our current era of “alternative facts.” The new book, The Moral Psychology of Internal Conflict (Cambridge 2018) is an attempted beginning in that direction.

Posts by: Ralph Ellis