Until retiring in 2013 Dr Joseph Milne was Honorary Lecturer at the University of Kent where he taught on the MA course in Mysticism and Religious Experience. His interests range from Platonism to medieval mysticism and theology, and in particular the transformations of metaphysical thought that have occurred in different periods of Western civilisation. He is also interested in Patristic scriptural exegesis from Origen to Hugh of St Victor and Meister Eckhart. Currently he is researching classical and medieval Natural Law. He is Editor of Land & Liberty, the journal of the Henry George Foundation, and a member of the team editing for The Annotated Works of Henry George. Also he is Associate Editor of Medieval Mystical Theology, the journal of The Eckhart Society. Publications include The Ground of Being: Foundations of Christian Mysticism (2004), Metaphysics and the Cosmic Order (2008), The Mystical Cosmos (2013), and contributed chapter in Mystical Theology and Continental Philosophy (2017). He is a Trustee of The Eckhart Society and a Fellow of the Temenos Academy.