KENNETH A. BRYSON is a Canadian citizen, born in Quebec in 1940. he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology at St. Patrick's College in 1963, a Bachelor of Philosophy degree at St Paul University in 1965, a Master of Arts degree with a major in Philosophy at the University of Ottawa in 1966, a Licentiate of Philosophy degree at St Paul University in 1966, and a Doctorate of Philosophy degree with major in Philosophy at University of Ottawa in 1971. His doctoral thesis was written on "The Metaphysical Foundations of the Epistemological Paradox in Emile Meyerson's Philosophy of the Mind" Dr Bryson is fluently Bilingual (French and English). he is currently Associate Professor of Philosophy at the College of Cape Breton in Sydney, N.S. where he has been teaching since 1970. He has also taught at the University of Ottawa, l'Universite de Moncton, and the C.E.G.E.P. Regional de la Cote Nord in Sept Isles, P.Q. He has published articles in scholarly journals on topics in Metaphysics and Death. Dr Bryson has been teaching courses on Dying and Death since 1972.