David A. White, Ph.D.

David A. White, Ph.D.

David A. White has a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Toronto and has taught philosophy in colleges and universities since 1967. He has written 10 books and more than 50 articles in philosophy, literary criticism, and educational theory. In 1985, he received a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies to study the function of myth in Plato’s philosophy. From 1993 until 2011, he taught programs in philosophy for the gifted centers and various magnet schools of the Chicago Public School system, the International Baccalaureate program at Lincoln Park High School in Chicago, and Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, grades 4–9. Dr. White is an adjunct professor for the philosophy department of DePaul University. David is married to a philosopher, Mary Jeanne Larrabee, and has two sons, Daniel and Colin, both of whom, as demonstrated by their advanced knowledge of mathematics and the principles of computer science, are much smarter than he is.

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