Adam Ferner has worked in academic philosophy in France and the UK, as well as in schools, youth centres and other alternative learning spaces. He has written three books – Organisms and Personal Identity (Routledge, 2016), Think Differently (White Lion Publishing, 2018) and, with Nadia Mehdi and Zara Bain, Crash Course: Philosophy (Ivy, 2019) – and has been published widely in philosophical and popular journals. Adam is an associate editor of the Forum’s Essays, and a member of the Changelings, a North London fiction collaboration.
Think Deeply will be cowritten by Adam Feneer. We are in talks with Julian Baginni and Nigel Warburton about being contributors to co-write - either the full book or the introduction and endorsement. Adam Ferner is deputy editor of The Philosopher’s Magazine, and has several academic publications – the most recent of which is his book, Organisms and Personal Identity, which was published by Routledge in 2016. He works at the Royal Institute of Philosophy and is associate researcher at Bordeaux Montaigne university. In addition to his philosophical work, he writes fiction under the pseudonym A.M. Moskovitz.