Justin Kerns is a philosopher whose focus is on philosophy of social science and philosophy of religion. Justin received his B.A. in philosophy and his B.A. in psychology from the University of Houston and his M.A. in humanities from the University of Houston—Clear Lake. He currently teaches English to international students and resides in Houston, Texas.
Clarke Iakovakis is a graduate student in the history program at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. He is currently writing his master’s thesis on the role of executive power and presidential-congressional relations in the formation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He is also the Scholarly Communications Librarian at the Alfred R. Neumann Library at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
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Stephen F. Dale, The Orange Trees of Marrakesh: Ibn Khaldun and the Science of Man (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2015). 400 pp, $31.00. In his book, The Orange Trees of Marrakesh: Ibn Khaldun and the…