Author(s): Graham Oppy
Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand has for some time now been experiencing something of a 'golden age'. The richness of Australasia' philosophical past, though less well known, should also not be forgotten Australasian philosophy, although heavily indebted to overse trends includes much distinctive and highly original work.
Graham Oppy is Professor and Head of the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Faculty of Arts, Monash University. His recent publications include Philosophical Perspectives on Infinity (CUP, 2006) and Arguing about Gods (CUP, 2006), as well as the five-volume History of Western Philosophy of Religion (Acumen, 2009), co-edited with N. N. Trakakis. N. N. Trakakis is a Lecturer in Philosophy and Religious Studies at Monash University and Deakin University. He is a founding member of the Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association (APRA) and is the author of The God Beyond Belief (Springer, 2006) and The End of Philosophy of Religion (Continuum, 2008). Editorial Board Professor John Bishop University of Auckland Emeritus Professor Max Charlesworth Deakin University Professor Max Creswell Victoria University of Wellington Emeritus Professor Max Deutscher Macquarie University Professor Moira Gatens University of Sydney Professor Frank Jackson Princeton University and Australian National University Professor Michael Levine University of Western Australia Professor Cynthia Macdonald University of Canterbury Professor Catriona Mackenzie Macquarie University Professor Chris Mortensen University of Adelaide Professor Philip Pettit Princeton University Professor Huw Price University of Sydney Professor Michael Smith Princeton University