APPA Agora #6: Philosophy for Everyday Life, with George T. Hole

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George Hole is a Distinguished Teaching Professor at Buffalo State College and Chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department. His poems have been published in Cimmaron Review, Rapport, Stone Drum, Earth’s Daughters, and Sugar Mule, as well as the Buffalo News. He is the author of Thinking Well about What Matters (out of print) and a member of the Buffalo State Rooftop Poets. Dr. Hole graduated from the University of Rochester with a BA in physics and a Ph.D. in philosophy, and is also in the U. of R.’s Sports Hall of Fame for records in football and track. His courses in Zen Buddhism, Existentialism, the philosophy of love and sex, moral issues, and the history of the Greek philosophers help inform his philosophical practice. He has advanced training from the Ellis Institute in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and runs a philosophical counseling practice. He was the keynote speaker at Critical Thinking, the first conference of the New York State College English Association.

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