Edgar Ter Danielyan

My interests and activities outside computer security

I hold a double major First in philosophy and theology from the University of London (Heythrop College) and a research MA in political philosophy from the University of Buckingham, where I studied under the late Professor Sir Roger Scruton, FBA, FRSL, one of Britain's leading philosophers, who supervised my postgraduate research on the problems of secularism, human rights and religious freedom. I also hold the Catholic Certificate authorised by the Catholic Bishops Conference of England & Wales. My academic profile, published articles, papers and research interests are on Academia.

I am a founding member of the Free Speech Union, a member of British Mensa and the founding director of the Stoa Foundation. I am also a member of the British Philosophical Association, Royal Institute of Philosophy and the British Society for the Philosophy of Religion.

In my spare time I tutor gifted A Level students in philosophy and religious studies, in particular Epistemology, Moral philosophy, Metaphysics of God, Metaphysics of Mind, Christianity (including Catholic Christianity), Judaism, Philosophy of religion and ethics, Study of religion and dialogues.