of the Board
Robert F. Almeder, Ph.D.
Robert Almeder worked as an American Professor of Philosophy
at Georgia State University until his retirement in
2005 and has written extensively on the Philosophy of
Science, Epistemology, and Ethics.
Almeder completed his Ph,D. on "The
Metaphysical and Logical Realism of Charles Peirce" at
the University of Pennsylvania in 1969. Almeder received the
Outstanding Educator of America Award and then the Georgia
State University Alumni Distinguished Professor Award for
teaching in 1984 and 1995. Almeder was the recipient of a
Fulbright Scholarship in 1992 and then again in 2005. Georgia
State University instituted a student award in honour of Almeder
upon his retirement in 2005, the Robert F. Almeder Prize,
awarded to the student who writes the best paper at the annual
Georgia State Student Philosophy Symposium.
authored and co-authored more than a dozen books including:
Death: The Evidence for Life After Death and
and Personal Survival. He has been the editor
of The American Philosophical Quarterly since
1998 and he has been co-editing the annual book series
Biomedical Ethics Reviews since 1983. He has
also served or is still serving on the editorial boards