Dr. Károly Ákos, M.D., Ph.D. Head, Research group on psychochronography, Budapest
Dr. Gordon L. Anderson is Secretary-General of the Professors World Peace Academy; Adjunct Professor at the Unification Theological Seminary, Barrytown, N.Y.; Associate Editor of the International Journal on World Peace. He holds a Ph.D in Philosophy of Religion and an M.Div. in Christian Ethics. Most publications are related to peace and religion.
Professor S.L. Andreski, Professor Emeritus, University of reading, England; Honorary Professor, Polish University of London.
Professor Adelheid Babing, Doctor of Sciences; Director for research activities in Department of Pedagogic Sciences, Humboldt University, Berlin; some years editor of several journals. Subjects of own research activities and publications: connections of lifestyles of pupils and situations of learning in the schools, consequences for certain aspects of concepts of education; individual differences between pupils and their meaning for methods of teaching; promotion of special gifted children in the schools of GDR.
Professor D. Bardis, Professor of Sociology, Toledo University. Editor-in-Chief and Book Review Editor, International Journal on World Peace and International Social Science Review. Author of 16 books, including a novel (Ivan and Artemis) and an anthology of poetry (A Cosmic World of Melodies), as well as over 400 essays and scientific articles. Made first English translation of Archimedes' lost book On Balances. Composer of over 20 songs for the mandolin.
Professor Heinrich Beck, Dr. Phil. Member of national and international philosophical Institutes and Societies. Member of honour in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico. Professional functions: Ordinary Professor for Philosophy at the University of Bamberg, Germany; Extra-ordinary Professor for Philosophy at University of Salzburg, Austria; Honorary Professor for Philosophy at Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires. Studies: philosophy, psychology, theology, pedagogics, sociology, biology, physics. Lectures at universities and congr. in several countries of Europe