Dear Professor Gimbel,
As a fellow philosopher, I would like to share with you, a rather lengthy project that has recently, albeit naturally, come to a conclusion.
I have a structuralist way of thinking when it comes to philosophical analysis, excluding (of course) causal cultural replicators. I systematize for ontological comparison as well as mnemonic framing. Schemas, identity and data valuation are a separate conversation of which I continue to research.
Using three different, yet unique modal references, I took your curriculum vitae and made some associate assumptions. I am not going to share all the insights that I was able to extract, however, I will share the most obvious. Below is a history of your thought by way of publication work.
Next, I completed an extensive index analysis on your following three books. The results are below.
Isn’t that Clever: A Philosophical Account of Humor and Comedy (2017)
Einstein: His Space and Times (2015)
Einstein's Jewish Science: Physics at the Intersection of Politics and Religion (2012)
And for an added bonus, the stellar editorial work of Gregory J. Morgan in...
Philosophy of Science Matters: The Philosophy of Peter Achinstein (2011)