Paul Gass
























Mr. Gass teaches philosophy in the Department of Humanities and serves as the Coordinator of The Institute for Standardized Testing in the Honors College. He holds a B.A. in philosophy from The University of Michigan and a M.A. in philosophy from The Johns Hopkins University with a concentration in Ancient Greek Philosophy and the philosophy of language. His continuing research interests within contemporary analytic philosophy include the philosophy of mathematics and logic.

        Mr. Gass' other interests include Asian philosophy and ethnomusicology. He has participated in several curriculum development projects, including the Asian Studies Development Program at the East-West Center in Honolulu Hawaii; In the Footsteps of the Chinese Philosophers, a philosophical tour of China; the Humanistic Buddhism Monastic Life Program at Fo Guang Shan monastery outside Kaohsiung Taiwan; and Buddhism in Chang’an, at Northwest University in Xi’an, China.




Philosophy Trips


Other links of interest





Philosophy Trips:


In the Footsteps of the Chinese Philosophers


    Photographic tour of Chinese Philosophy

    presentation by Laurence Nixon, Dawson College

    photographs by Ed Brandon, University of the West Indies


Buddhism in Chang'an

          Da Cien Temple 大慈恩寺



      Huayan Temple 華嚴寺


Big Goose Pagoda - Xi'an

Big Goose Pagoda, Xi’an




“Buddhism through the Eyes of the Dead” in


The Grateful Dead and Philosophy: Getting High Minded about Love and Haight


Edited by Steven Gimbel

The Grateful Dead and Philosophy

click on cover image



Other links of interest:


Po Mahina - 'Ukulele & Guitars by Dennis Lake - Hawaii