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Dr. Stanley V. McDaniel, Ph.D.

Stanley V. McDaniel is a Professor of Philosophy Emeritus and former Chairman of the Department of Philosophy at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, California.

He is the founding Vice-President of the Foundation for Critical Thinking, and a teacher of Logic, Critical Thinking, Philosophy of Science, and Ethics at the university level for over thirty years.

He wrote a Study Guide to the Philosophy of Nietszche (in print 28 years and recently released on CD-ROM), and Logic and Critical Reasoning, an innovative textbook for introductory Logic students. He is also the author of various research papers and conference presentations in philosophy exploring the relation between philosophy and psychology, including "The Coalescence of Minds" in the volume Philosopher's Look at Science Fiction.

He is a contributor of reviews and critiques on issues in artificial intelligence research for the Journal of Scientific Exploration.

He is the author of The McDaniel Report (1994) on the Martian anomalies and co-editor of The Case for the Face: Scientists Examine the Evidence for Alien Artifacts on Mars (1998).

In the later book, The Case for the Face, twenty members of the Society for Planetary SETI Research (SPSR), published thirty papers related to the unusual formations on Mars in the Cydonia Region. Two of these authors have been speakers at past MUFON UFO Symposiums: Dr. John E. Brandenburg and Vincent Di Pietro.

Stan has a website at: http://www.stanmcdaniel.org/homepage.htm



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