I guess I'll be the first guest blogger to introduce myself. My name is Jeremy Pierce, and I'm a Ph.D. student in philosophy at Syracuse University. My areas of specialization are a fairly unusual combination (metaphysics, philosophy of religion, and philosophy of race), and I spend a lot of time thinking as well about ethics, epistemology, and certain periods of the history of philosophy because I regularly teach classes in those areas. I'm currently working on a dissertation on the metaphysics of race with the hope of finishing next summer. I contribute to Prosblogion, the philosophy of religion blog, and I have a personal blog Parableman. I was also a contributor to OrangePhilosophy before its current hiatus. You can see a more detailed profile of me here.
I thank Richard for inviting me on here, and I hope this leads to some productive discussion.