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April 11, 2016 - Dr. Gregory Bassham, professor of philosophy at King’s College, recently published an article titled "How Not to Argue for Originalism: A Review of McGinnis and Rappaport's ‘Originalism’ and the ‘Good Constitution’” in the “Journal of College and University Law.” 

In addition, Dr. Bassham has given three conference presentations: "A Critique of C. S. Lewis's Argument from Desire" at the Society of Christian Philosophers; "C. S. Lewis's ‘Abolition of Man’: The Philosophical Background" at the International Conference on Arts and Humanities; and "Harry Potter and the Meaning of Life" at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla. 

Bassham's ninth book, “The Philosophy Book: From the Rigveda to the New Atheists, 250 Milestones in the History of Philosophy,” will be published this summer by Sterling Publishing.

Bassham has penned articles and edited volumes for the critically acclaimed pop culture and philosophy series, and is also the author of “Original Intent and the Constitution,” and several articles and reviews in law journals.

A member of King’s faculty since 1992, Bassham earned his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University of Oklahoma. He earned his doctorate in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame.

Dr. Gregory Bassham