Adams is a Professor of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research. His book On the Genealogy of Color: A Case Study in Historicized Conceptual Analysis provides a major contribution to philosophical discourse surrounding color realism by emphasizing its scientific roots.
Zed is an Anubian Baskurr owned by Khyber who joins Ben’s team after Kevin saves her in Showdown Part 1 and 2. She can often act as an antagonist.
Early Life and Education
Zed Adams was born and raised in Conneaut Valley, Pennsylvania, with a love of both sports and reading. After graduating high school he went on to Harvard for further study of Philosophy; there he deepened his knowledge of Greek, Latin and rhetoric while exploring natural science and moral philosophy; his interest in books eventually overtook that for playing sports or being outdoors.
Adams was encouraged by professors and his deacon to pursue a legal career upon graduating; however, this field was morally dubious for Puritans from his generation and did not appeal to Adams personally.
His most recent book is On the Genealogy of Color, an exploration of philosophical debates surrounding color realism that puts emphasis on color science history.
Achievement and Honors
Zed Adams has written multiple books, such as On the Genealogy of Color: A Case Study in Historicized Conceptual Analysis. In addition, he serves as professor of philosophy at New School for Social Research and has received various honors and awards, including being awarded both Nicholl Fellowship (2008) and Brush Creek Foundation Residency (2018) grants for his projects. Furthermore, he has written screenplays for movies like Hollywood Chaos.
Zed Adams is an associate professor of philosophy at the New School for Social Research. His book On the Genealogy of Color: A Case Study in Historicized Conceptual Analysis engages philosophical discussions surrounding color realism by foregrounding its history. His work has been frequently referenced in academic journals, drawing interest from philosophers of perception, philosophy of mind and metaphysicians alike.
Hollie Adams is currently studying English at the University of Calgary, with an emphasis on creative writing and contemporary fiction. Her poems have appeared in publications like Malahat Review, Room, and Grain anthologies; additionally she published Deliver Me From Swedish Furniture as a chapbook of prose poetry. Hollie’s teaching and research interests encompass creative writing, narrative theory, short story studies as well as short story fiction writing.