About me and the website

I’m an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Felician University in Lodi, New Jersey, where I’m the University’s Pre-Law Adviser, and direct the Felician Institute for Ethics and Public Affairs. I’m also Felician’s Faculty Representative to the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation. In my spare time, I’m a graduate student in Felician’s Counseling Psychology Program, currently working toward an MA in Counseling Psychology, but eventually hoping to get a PsyD.

I was chair of Felician’s Philosophy Department (and briefly, the Department of Religious Studies) from January 2011 until June 2014, and co-chair of the University’s Committee on Leadership and Social Justice from May 2014 to June 2017. Felician aside, I’m the Editor-at-Large for Reason Papers, an online journal. I occasionally teach in the Philosophy Department at Al Quds University in Abu Dis, Palestine (aka “the West Bank”).

I’ve created this website to house a group blog and to have a place to organize and store my own written work. (The blog has been operating since July 2014, but I haven’t managed to organize any of my written work here yet.) I have my views and affiliations, of course, but the blog is not affiliated with any ideological, doctrinal, or political group.*

“Policy of Truth” was originally (and boringly) named after me, but was later renamed “Policy of Truth” after the Depeche Mode song of that name. No copyright infringement is intended by my use of the song title, and I hope none obtains, either.

I can be reached at khawajaenator at gmail.

Click here for info on the header photos.

*Some disclosure about my political and other affiliations:

Last revised: August 28, 2017.

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