Diane R. Gall
BA (Windsor), BSc, BA, MA, PhD (York)
Diane Gall is a philosopher in the Department of Humanities and Social Science at Medicine Hat College in Alberta, Canada.
She did her PhD dissertation work with Judith Baker and Ian Hacking in the philosophical issues surrounding common-sense psychology.
Her research areas are in Wittgenstein, the philosophy of psychology, mind, and cognitive science, bioethics, and the philosophical issues of popular culture.
Her areas of teaching competence include critical thinking, the philosophy of science, the philosophy of law, and applied ethics.
Her personal interests include running, reading science fiction, cats, and renovating her house with her wife, Andi.
Spookyhill has a special spot in their hearts as it refers to a small cottage on the shores of Lake Winnipeg. Andi spent many of her most special childhood summers there. Diane built a flagpole there from which they flew the flag of Iceland whenever they were in residence. The post sign still exists and adorns the front of their house here in Medicine Hat, AB.