My name is Ezer Pamintuan, and I live in Alameda County, California, working in anti-hunger policy and advocacy. In philosophy, I have broad interests across the field, but my work mainly revolves around Kantian moral philosophy (both normative and metaethical), political philosophy from a broadly Rawlsian perspective, metaphysics, ontology, and phenomenology. I also write about international cinema, literature, music, and painting. As for politics and public policy, I cover topics in social justice and human rights, from a progressive, egalitarian liberal perspective. I hold a B.A. in philosophy and political science from the University of California, Berkeley.