Thomas H. Arnold
is currently completing his doctoral dissertation for the Committee in the Study of Religion at Harvard University. His dissertation looks at Ludwig Wittgenstein and the idea of “experience” in the philosophy of religion. He is also co-editing a book on William James and Josiah Royce. His work in philosophy of religion incorporates interests in ethics, American pragmatism, feminist theology, and cognitive science. He has taught at Harvard, Tufts University, and Stonehill College.