James M. McLachlan

Western Carolina University

James McLachlan is Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Western Carolina University. He is the author of several books and articles on Personalism and the problem of evil including: “The Desire to be God: Freedom and the Other in Sartre and Berdyaev”; and most recently, the articles: “Mormonism and the Problem of Evil”; “Mystic Terror and Metaphysical Rebels: Active Evil and Active Love in Schelling and Dostoevsky”; “Satan: Romantic Hero or Just Another Asshole: The Desire to be God, The Devil, and the Demonic”; “Hell Is Others and Paradise Is Others: Hell in the Existential Paris of Sartre and Berdyaev”; and, “The il y a and the Ungrund: Levinas and the Russian Existentialists Berdyaev and Shestov.” He is co-director of the Levinas Summer Seminar and co-founder and co-organizer of the Personalist Seminar.

Books published with us

Title Persons, Institutions, and Trust [Hardback]
Subtitle Essays in Honor of Thomas O. Buford
Edition 1st
ISBN 978-1-62273-093-3
Published in January 2018