Ronald A. Lindsay

Ronald A. Lindsay

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Ron Lindsay, a philosopher (PhD, Georgetown University) and lawyer (JD, University of Virginia) is the author of four books, three non-fiction works, “Against the New Politics of Identity" (Pitchstone, forthcoming 2023), "The Necessity of Secularism" (Pitchstone 2014), and "Future Bioethics" (Prometheus 2008), and one novel. "The Lost Song Of Goliath" (Nineteenth Street Publishers 2019). Although his non-fiction works focus on different topics, two threads unite them: Ron Lindsay's gift for thinking critically about accepted narratives and his strong commitment to individual rights, whether it's the right to assisted dying, the right to religious freedom, or the right of individuals to be judged on their own merit, as opposed to their group identity. In addition to his books, Lindsay has also written numerous philosophical and legal essays, including the entry on Euthanasia in the “International Encyclopedia of Ethics” (Wiley Blackwell 2013). In his spare time, Lindsay plays baseball -- baseball, not softball. The good news is he maintains a batting average near .300; the bad news is his fielding average is not much higher. A native of Boston, Ron Lindsay currently lives in Loudoun County, Virginia with his wife, Debra, where their presence is usually tolerated by their cat.
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