Richard Grego: Florida State College
Welcome to this website! I am currently a faculty member at Florida State College and Brevard Community College, where I teach philosophy, world religions and intellectual-cultural history. My research interests are broad, but revolve around comparative philosophies of mind, metaphysics, and comparative cosmology in science and religion. Of particular interest lately have been cross-cultural concepts of self-identity, agency, and moral psychology, and problems posed by determinist/compatiblist accounts of free will for the notion of responsibility in criminal law. I have also been looking at historical and cross-cultural conceptions of the natural world in environmental thought.
My research interest in legal responsibility and philosophy of mind probably emerged from my professional work as an Investigator and Polygraph Examiner for the Florida Office of the Public Defender, Department of Probation/Parole, and Department of Children/Families, and as Instructor at the Indian River State College Criminal Justice Academy and at the International Academy of Polygraph Science, and as Academic Director of the Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council.
I've attached some information and articles, as well as recent interviews conducted with Philosopher Hoyt Edge at Rollins College, a panel of presenters on "Exploring the Frontiers of the Mind-Brain Relationship" at the American Psychological Association Conference 2012, and several scholars at the Para-psychological Association Conference 2012..
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