John Bova is a philosopher living in Albuquerque. Since the mid-2000s, his work has focused on problems of self-reference, reflection, and reflexivity arising at the intersection of metamathematical/metalogical and metaethical/metapolitical lines of conceptualization. He holds a B.S. in philosophy and mathematics from Towson University in 2002, an M.A. in Eastern Classics from St. John’s College in 2003, and an M.A. in Philosophy from Villanova University in 2009. He is currently a doctoral candidate in the Philosophy Department at Villanova University, where he has offered courses in Logic, Philosophy of Mind, Introduction to Philosophy, and, at neighboring West Chester University. An emergent goal of his “teaching”, applied to these and all of his courses, has been to show that the function of professorial authority can be displaced in favor of that of the forms themselves as the only strict learnables, with net gains in rigor, utility, and justice. Since 2012 he has been an Affiliated Researcher in the Philosophy Department at the University of New Mexico. A philosophical notebook can be found at metalogic/metaethics 2 (http://metalogike.wordpress.com/); some information on current projects can be found at https://villanova.academia.edu/JohnBova.