Victor Morawski received his B.A. from Asbury College and his M.A. from the University of Virginia. For the past twenty years he has been teaching Philosophy courses in the Baltimore, Maryland area, primarily at the Community College of Baltimore County and Coppin State University, along with Harford Community College. His research and teaching interests include the History of Modern Philosophy, especially the Scottish reaction to British Empiricism where he has presented papers internationally. Once on a committee developing a form of the national ethics exam "Ethics in America," he has focused recently on issues in Ethics, especially as it intersects with contemporary political thought and business. As well, he has a strong background in Logic and Critical thinking and loves teaching in these areas. Priding himself on his ability to explain complex philosophical concepts in simple, straightforward language, he has always enjoyed the task of bringing students along with him on the challenging learning journey and confrontation with significant issues that a philosophy class can provide. For recreation he enjoys playing in Backgammon tournaments and has been known to lose a few golf balls in the woods from time-to-time.