Ashok Gangadean is currently the Margaret Gest Professor of Global Philosophy at Haverford College where he has been teaching for the past 45 years. He completed his PhD in philosophy at Brandeis University and his early work focused on Logic (Science of Thought) and Ontology (Science of Being). Throughout his career, he has been on a quest for the primal integral logic at the heart of human reason, and to bring to the fore the deep dynamics of communication and dialogue between diverse worldviews. In this quest over four decades to clarify and excavate the common ground across and between widely diverse worlds, cultures, ideologies, and disciplines, he has emerged as a pioneer of the new frontier of global reason, global ethics, and global wisdom. The range of his courses include Philosophy of Logic and Language; Global Ontology; Global Ethics; Hindu, Buddhist, and Zen Thought in Global Context; and Global Wisdom.