Birth: 3 July 1946; Teaneck, New Jersey, U.S.A.
High school: Blair Academy (diploma; 1964)
Undergraduate: Syracuse University (B.A. [philosophy]; 1968)
Graduate: The University of Iowa (Ph.D. [philosophy]; ‘77)
Teaching: 1977-2009 SUNY Geneseo [philosophy & humanities]. Counseling was part of my job for 32 years.
I’ve been a philosopher, a lover of wisdom, since 1964. I’m very grateful for the life I’ve had, and I’ve no complaint whatsoever.
Blog on wisdom and well-being:
For a list of my published books, simply search for ‘Dennis E. Bradford’ at amazon.com in ‘Books’ or the Kindle store. (I’ve written 29 books, but about half a dozen are works of fiction under pen names.) My most recent books are Emotional Facelift, Are You Living Without Purpose?, and Introduction to Living Well .
I’m an INTJ. Briefly, that means that I’m energized by solitude rather than other people. I tend to pay more attention to information from intuition rather than sensing. I make decisions on the basis of thought rather than emotion, and I organize my surreality in terms of judgments rather than perceptions. Positively, INTJ’s typically are excellent creative strategists who are often complex, bright visionaries who are very adept at logical analysis. They are usually very independent, strong-willed, and determined.
American Philosophical Association
Rochester Metro Hockey League
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