Andrew Oberg

Biography

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Humanities at the University of Kochi, Japan. All of my books can be previewed here or at Drugstore Books (http://drugstorebooks.com/?page_id=5), and my academic works in philosophy plus lots of other writing can be found at my personal website (http://andrewoberg.blogspot.jp/).

I currently live with my wife and two daughters in Kochi City but we are all quite nomadic and the next destination is always something of a toss of the dice. Life is like that. I spend most of my time fretting over posts for Drugstore Books and squinting my way through the pages of philosophical paperbacks on the self, being, and consciousness (at least these days). Sometimes I write something, some of which can be found here at Smashwords, and some other stuff on philosopher.io.

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Books

Tomorrow, as the Crow Flies
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 66,600. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Philosophy » American philosophy, Nonfiction » Philosophy » Ethics & moral philosophy
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"Tomorrow, as the Crow Flies" is a book of ideas. Written in the style of a blog, it covers such philosophical topics as the absence of a soul, issues of personal identity and community, core values for modern life, and the nature of truth. Personal, social, and political concerns are also discussed, with a unique form of government offered for consideration in the author’s 'control socialism'.
Randolph's One Bedroom
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 33,720. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
When winter stretches on for half the year and people are forced to spend entirely too much time indoors, strange things are bound to happen. Randolph’s city of Sornsville, and the local coffee shop he works at, are no exceptions. Here are twenty linked stories, or twenty episodes if you will, about Randolph and the small, frozen, and thoroughly odd part of the world he inhabits.

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