GOTSHALK, Richard. American, b. 1931. Genres: Philosophy. Career: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, member of philosophy faculty, 1957-77; University of Montana, Missoula, part-time member of philosophy faculty, 1982-95, Henry G. Bugbee Lecturer, 1999. University of Denver, visiting professor, 1975. City of Missoula, served as chair of Open Space Advisory Committee; founder of a neighborhood association and of a network of neighborhood associations. Publications: Bhagavad-Gita: A Translation and Commentary, 1985; The Beginnings of Philosophy in India, 1998; The Beginnings of Philosophy in China, 1999; Divination, Order, and the Zhouyi, 1999; The Beginnings of Philosophy in Greece, 2000; Homer and Hesiod, Myth and Philosophy, 2000; The Temporality of Human Excellence: A Reading of Five Dialogues of Plato, 2001; Loving and Dying: A Reading of Plato's Phaedo, Symposium, and Phaedrus, 2001. Contributor to philosophy journals. Address: c/o Author Mail University Press of America, 15200 NBN Way PO Box 191, Building B, Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214, U.S.A.