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Jason D. Hill

Jason D. Hill
Chicago, Illinois, United States
June 10
Professor of Philosophy
Jason D. Hill, Ph.D is an academic philosopher and fiction writer. He is the author of 4 books: "Becoming A Cosmopolitan: What it means to be a Human Being in the New Millennium." (Rowman&Littlefield, 2000); "Beyond Blood Identities: Post Humanity in the 21st Century," (Lexington Books, 2009) and "Civil Disobedience and the Politics of Identity: When We Should Not Get Along" (Palgrave MacMillan, July 2013). He has written for salon magazine, and penned several newspaper editorials in Europe and the United States. He was born and raised in Jamaica and in 1985, at the age of 20, came to America to become an artist. He has recently published his first novel: JAMAICA BOY IN SEARCH OF AMERICA,( July 2013) published by Amazon Publication/KDP.

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OCTOBER 28, 2009 5:11PM

OS's Pondi Road Interviews Jason Hill On His New Book

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Jason-- Mazel Tov on your new book! It's really something to be published.
Thanks so's been a long time coming
Congratulations. This is great! (Hey, you're a handsome dude.)
Jason -- as a green alien being I, of course, salute you for promoting the notion that your books' titles communicate (I have not read them yet). What is remarkable that these thoughts are quite alien (no pun intended) to all Earthlings who live where they were born -- the overwhelming majority -- although those, who happened to be forced to cross cultural borders see your ideas as self evident. If this observation is valid, then the probability of your your idea making a meaningful impact on tribalism is unfortunately not too high, and mankind will keep marching down the road to self-elimination. You, me, and the other few who see this can not prevent it from happening, neither will we survive, but will at least have the sweet feeling that we know Earthlings went extinct :-)
So Mr. Hill... we went to High School together and its wonderful to see all your accomplishments! Congrats to you old friend much success for the future. Karla