Michael H. Mitias is a retired Professor of Philosophy. He taught philosophy at Millsaps College from 1967 to 1999 and then taught at Kuwait University until 2004. His main philosophical interest is philosophy. Literature is the love of his life.
In addition to numerous philosophical articles and several edited books, he published the following books: What Makes an Experience Aesthetic? (Rodopi), Moral Foundation of the State (Rodopi), Love Letters (Hamilton Books), Friendship (Rodopi), Seeking God (Wipf & Stock), My Father the Immigrant (Wipf & Stock), and Justice Under the Ax of the Absurd (Austin Macauley).
Is there such a thing as a genuine human being?
Dr Tareq, a psychologist and criminologist, investigates the case of Mikha Midas, an American/Syrian philosopher who shows no criminal tendencies. Tareq needs to know Mikha's moral character and whether he could be persuaded to spy on one of his cultures, at the request of the other.