Independent — Tallahassee, FL
Richard Hull is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he taught and wrote for 30 years. He left that position to become Executive Director of the Texas Council for the Humanities in Austin in 1997. He was a visiting lecturer at SW Texas State University in 2000 and a visiting distinguished professor at the University of Montana in 2003. He served as Development Officer at the Center for Inquiry Transnational in Amherst, N.Y. from 2001-2004. Since mid 2005 he has been Executive Director of the Text and Academic Authors Association, a national professional organization based in Florida. He lives in Tallahassee with his wife, Elaine M. Hull, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Florida State University.
Regarding his speaking style when talking about bioethics issues: "Much of my writing is in the narrative form, and the numerous talks I have given have been very well received, I believe, because I realize in them the very vital, personal interest all my listeners have in the issues and give each of them a kind of conceptual avatar that expresses the views they may hold but may not have thought through thoroughly."
Listen as Dr. Hull discusses self-deception: