Austin Reddy is a philosopher, theologian, and social theorist who is interested in the intersection of radical politics, religious pluralism, and global security politics. He graduated with a B.A. in "Politics, Philosophy and Economics" from the University of Washington, Tacoma, and an M.A. in Religion: Philosophy of Religion from Yale Divinity School. His current research projects include applications of critical legal theory, radical pedagogy as a political praxis, and the implications of Bergsonian metaphysics for theologians and scientists.
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