Dr. William Charron recently retired from his position as Professor of Philosophy at Saint Louis University.
His areas of interest include Hobbes through Kant, the theory of games, economic and political philosophy, and the philosophy and literary criticism of T. S. Eliot. His book Game Theory for Philosophers is forthcoming (2014). He has published in Forum for Social Economics, American Philosophical Quarterly, Law and Semiotics, Washington University Law Quarterly, and The Modern Schoolmen.
Dr. Charron received his BA in philosophy from Benedictine College (1959), his MA in philosophy from the University of Detroit (1961), and his PhD in philosophy from Marquette University (1966).